The primary burial contained the skeletal remains of an adult male individual lying supine with the knees initially raised and the arms stretched along the body. His head was oriented towards the west and nearby the right shoulder a small piece of ochre was found. The skeleton seems to be that of an unusually tall man. Later, around the II-III centuries AD the mound was once again used as a set for performing a burial, this time by Sarmatian populations. It was a double burial of an adult and a child and the grave goods consisted of a pot, an iron knife and five ovi-caprine astragali.
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