Burial structures

In the Kuban, in Scythian burial mounds VI-IV centuries. BC. e: Kelermesskaya type of dead buried in the large underground pits covered by the cut briefs. " In these same pits, sometimes covered with wooden beams and nym iolom, people were buried tribes VI-V centuries. BC. Oe. In the steppe Dnieper and Azov Sea.
In the Dnieper forest-steppe in V. BC. Oe. there are wooden with oruzheniya with single and double-pitch roof, with long corridors lined with wood. But here they are omitted from the deep wells are squared, ie, the tree is used only for the skin (skin) of groundwater wells. Similar structures are characteristic of steppe When Azov and the Dnieper.
In the IV-III centuries. BC. Oe. steppe zone of the Northern Black Sea region was also characteristic of another type of burial, with no wood. The kings were buried in large pits, wells, chambers (Solokha) or in pain Shih catacombs (Chertomlyk), and sometimes in underground stone glued groin, as in the Kul-Oba.
The types of burial structures in these areas can be judged by Karhozott mound excavated in the vicinity of Balmazuyvarosh in Hungary. Scythian burial was made in a wooden tent-building, lowered into a large pit.
In the eastern areas where the wooden burial structures are well-known frames of larch trees, open to the Pa-zyrykskih mounds in the Altai Mountains and Bashadarskih Tuektinskih and mounds in the Central Altai. However, in the Altai "royal" chickens ganah tomb-log lowered into large square pit.
Burial in the Altai similar structures found in the later than the Scythian, and time. For example, Hun buried mounds of Noinulin in northern Mongolia. Hun log is almost entirely in the form and technique of building repeat mountain Altai.
We can conclude that the Scythian wooden structures in almost all cases, complete burial pit and never found as an independent ground facilities.