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Chaa-Hol VI (e-18)
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Oznachennoe (е-25)
Ochury Аchury (e-26)
Oya (е-27)
Altyn-kol (е-28)
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Tasheba (е-40) inscriptions, The
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Kyzyl-Chiraa I (е-43)
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Tele (е-46)
Abakan (е-48)
Buy-bulun II (е-49)
Tuva stele «Б» inscriptions (e-50), The
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Ottuq Dash III (е-54) inscriptions, The
Tuvian stele "G" (e-55)
Malinovka (e-56) inscriptions, The
Suygyn (е-57)
Kezek-Hure (e-58) deer stobe and inscriptions, The
Kerbis-bary (е-59)
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Sulug-adir-aqsy (е-61)
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Ottuq Dash II (e-64)
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Elegest IV Eer Hol (e-70) inscriptions, The
«Podkuninskoe» (e-71)
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Yime (e-73)
Samagaltai (e-74)
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Inscription on Chinese mirror (е-77)
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Uybat VII (e-83)
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Uybat VI (е-98)
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Oznachennoe II (е-104)
A Stele from Kyzyl Museum (е-105)
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Uyk-Arjan (е-2)



Уюк-Аржан, Е 2


The stone was erected in modern boundary Kokton in 2 km from the left coast of the river Uyk and in 1 km from an imperial barrow of Scythian time Arjan.

In 1916 г A.V.Andrianov has organized moving the monument to Minusinsk museum. Inv. #21.


The deer stone is a component of a small barrow in Arjan. It belongs to early nomads epoch of bronze. (VII-VI BC).

It is made from grey green fine slate. There are three lines, a circle, weapons and signs on the top part of a stone. Old Turkic epitaph is put by 2 lines from below upwards. There are images of small sign kind of a half moon and a poker on underside.


Height - 2,40 m, length - 0,49 m, width - 0,29 m.


The monument has been found by I.R.Aspelin in 1888. It was investigated by J.G. Granö in 1906.

Full-text information
1.Васильев Д.Д. Памятники тюркской рунической письменности азиатского ареала. //Советская тюркология, 1976. – № 1. – С.71-81.
2.Выпуск второй. (Табл. VI, XXVII, XXXVI, LIII, LXI, LXIII, LXXI-LXXXII. Съ двумя маршрутами Орхонской Экспедиціи) //Атласъ древностей Монголіи. Изданный по поручению Императорской Академіи Наукъ В.В.Радловымъ. //Труды Орхонской экспедиціи. – Санктпетербургъ, Типография Императорской Академіи Наукъ, 1892.
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