Berkkarinsk burial ground – a burial place of sak tribes of an early Iron Age era, which is considered as a monument of a nomadic civilization. Some embankments from above are entirely covered with white quartz.
As a result of excavation the stock is found; clay vessels, gold, bronze and copper earrings, suspension brackets, a bronze buckle in the form of the tiger head, bird’s head comes from the mouth, iron knives, silver spoons, lamellar rings from a harness, hooks for suspension of a quiver, two and three-blade petiolar tips of arrows, a sword hilt. These finds are stored in Ermitazh-St. Petersburg, in the Russian Federation.
Round some embankments stone rings, crescent calculations are laid out which symbolize tribes’ worship to the sky, to the tengri and to the sun.