Analysis of the funeral ceremonies, memorial Kirghiz and comparison with the data of ethnography have suggested sacredness burial locations, provide funeral and memorial complexes, the so-called burial mounds and ritual memorativnye computations and traced the sequence of their facilities (Dluzhnevskaya 1995: 136-156). Apparently, the burial remains of the pyre with the calcined bones and the accompanying inventory was made shortly after the burning, the same structure erected gravestones, but the person buried was considered only after the commemoration of the annual cycle of action, at least after four visits to the graves of relatives in the holy place, and communication with the dead through the shaman (?) or another member of the community has certain abilities.
It seems that the earlier selection of a complex type of funeral, memorial complexes (Dluzhnevskaya 1985: 4) does not exist. Refers to the monuments in the valley. Elegest and North Tuva investigated LR Kyzlasovym and A.V.Adrianovym, where the construction of a land ranging in size from 4.8 to 12 m with a cremation burial side by side with memorial, the "hiding places" and the cenotaph. As the mounds of excavated "to demolish", without disassembling the internal wall surface (234/235) states with a view to identifying their remains, then, most likely, an error occurred, which resulted in a subsequent ones. Apparently, the cemeteries have been studied are similar in the canyon - Saryg-Haya, and Khemchik-Bom II - with a special planigraphy, pristraivaemostyu objects to each other, for each burial, cenotaph, the memorial was erected by their offerings, although a small building,