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Burial ground of Bugula II (Kusmurun).

Photo tours of the Karaganda region.

“That was the day the ancient songs of blood and war spilled from a hole in the sky
And there was a long moment as we listened and fell silent in our grief and then one by one, we stood tall and came together and began to sing of life and love and all that is good and true
And I will never forget that day when the ancient songs died because there was no one in the world to sing them” 

Brian Andreas.

Sacred places of the Karaganda region.

Bugyly II - a settlement of the Bronze Age (XIV - XI century BC), 1.5 km north of the settlement of Bugyly in the Shetsky district of the Karaganda region, on the right bank of the Shopa River (a tributary of the Cherubainury), at the north - the eastern foot of Mount Buguly.
In 1961 - 1963, the settlement of Bugyly II was investigated by the Central Kazakhstan archaeological expedition under the leadership of A. Margulan. The extensive complex consists of structures of various types and times. Belongs to the epochs of late bronze and early nomads.
The settlement investigated 12 objects. Quadrangular stone fences, dug vertically into the ground, boxes of granite slabs, earthen embankments of rounded shape, framed by stones. Fragments of ceramic with ornaments, stone shares and other tools, animal bones were found.
Residents were engaged in cattle breeding, agriculture, hunting, and copper smelting; manufactured the necessary household items from wool, leather, clay, bone.

"Archaeological map of Kazakhstan." Alma-Ata, 1960. No. 937, table III, 16.21. Akishev K.A. "Antiquities of Northern Kazakhstan." “Proceedings of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography” T.7. Archeology. Alma-Ata, 1959. p. 9, fig. 4-5, tab. I. Margulan A.Kh. "The remains of settled settlements in Central Kazakhstan." "Medieval hillforts and settlements." Zhezkazgan, 1996.111 s. www. tengrifund.ru