ANT TAMGASI - Barış Simgesi
Saka/İskit Türk dönemine ait törensel Kazan. MÖ.4.yy-2.yy.
Yaloman Platosu Altay'da bulunmuş, Demir Çağı'ndan Hun dönemine kadar kurganlarıyla dolu, kutsal bir yer. İçinde pişirilen etli yemeğin "kansız kurban" olarak kurganlar bölgesinde bırakıldığı varsayılıyor. Üzerinde çizgili kaplan-leopar olduğu söyleniyor, ama toynakları var sanki, bu yüzden de at olabilir.
Atlar da kurban olarak sunuluyor ve yeniliyordu.
Yaloman II ise MÖ.2.yy-1.yy Hun Türk dönemi
Katun Nehrinin aktığı bölgede Yaloman Kurganları - Altay.
Yaloman Kurgans, where the Katun river flows - Altai.
Katun- Etymology Turkish; empress, wife of Hakan (Khagan).
She was trained as a statesman, sits always next to Hakan, had every rights to make when Hakan was gone, and fulfill its duties.
Geyik Taşı - Altay
Turkish "Deer stone" (3-2 thousand years old)
Barnaul Museum - Altai.
Hun Türk dönemi-MÖ.2.yy-1.yy
Yaloman II - Altay Müze link:
Altay - Saka Türk Dönemi Kaya Resimleri ve Kurganları için link
Altın Adam diye adlandırılan kişinin bir Prenses olduğu söylenir.
Ancient Turkish Stonefathers / Taşbaba - Altai Museum
One of the largest groups of ancient Turkish statues (VII -IX cc.) are in the mountain-steppe of
Central Asia; modern Mongolia, Tuva, Altai, Xinjiang, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
Complex on the river. Har-Pit in the Mongolian Altai on the device and the design is undoubtedly related to the memorial structures of ancient Turkic nobility. Only a few unusual sculpture. This scene made in the bottom of the statues. It depicted two figures admiration of people holding the reins of horses. The upper figure also holds a bow and quiver. The scene is clearly reminiscent of the paintings on the boulder Kudyrge (Altai), statuesque Mugur-Sargol and Kargy (Tuva). Compositional structure comparable scenes, characters, and similar attributes, technique drawings - all this together - evidence of semantic proximity memorials found in various regions of Central Asia.
From Afyon Stone Ram - Turkish Culture
This sculpture is made of massive blocks of reddish sandstone. Length sculpture 1.05 m, width 0.45 m, height 0.6 m. Baran sculpted in lying posture, with bent legs. The front legs bent at the knee joints and hooves pursed ago, under the belly, hind legs bent under the belly, hooves forward. Neck and head stretched forward (Fig. I, 1, 2). Such a position is characteristic of the sculptures of rams on the monuments of ancient Turkic nobility in Mongolia and Minusinsk Basin.
The greatest similarity is observed between the sculptures of the museum of Barnaul, Abakan steppe and Shibetu Ulaan.  The head of Barnaul ram badly damaged. Chipped front of the muzzle, chipped horn. But still can be seen that the horns were located on both sides of the head in the form of low ridges, forming not closed circle. On the neck of the ram is a thick coat, slanting stripes on both sides (Fig. I, 3). Such manner is not repeated in other sculptures. The back shows a short tail (Fig. I, 4).
Horns and tail Barnaul ram shown as a Ram from Abakan steppe and Shiveet Ulaan.
Thus, according to stylistic features ram sculpture from Barnaul museum should be among the statues, memorial complexes characteristic of ancient Turkic nobility, were constructed in the period of the Second Eastern Turk Empire. This adds an interesting monument known information on the distribution of the territory
of the Altai Mountains memorial structures noble Turks.
AY Borisenko, YS Khudyakov
Stone sculpture sheep from Barnaul Museum.
Monuments of Ancient Culture in the Sayano-Altai and Central Asia. Novosibirsk, 2000 (google translate from Russia to English from the book.)
from Armenia, not Armenian Culture but Turkish!