Чаа-Холь IX, Е 21, Стела Кызыльского собрания
Monuments of this group were found in a valley near the river Chaa-Hol, the left inflow of Ulug-Hem, in 25 km above the mouth of river Hemchik. This district is on the bottom of water basin Sayano-Shushenskii now. All monuments of the group, except Е 15, are in museum exhibitions.
Researchers of Sayan-Tuva expedition moved the stone to the Tyva museum in Kyzyl in 1973. Inv #28.
The stele is made of gray-green slate with irregular form. The surface is roughly squared, sides are smoothed.
The stone is split into parts. Considerably destroyed, therefore its visual attribute is appeared inconvenient. There was preliminary publication in 1978 under the conditional name "Stela Kyzylskogo sobraniya".
The epitaph text in 3 lines is located vertically and spirally twists the stone. Lines I and II are visible now. The line III was considered in former publications. There is a tamga in bottom.
Height – 236 cm, length – 38 cm, width – 17 cm
Aspelin found in 1888 according to message from Safyanov. Heikel made a photo of it in 1889. The subsequent editions are based on that copy. The text is studied by S.E.Malov513, H.N.Orkun 512, I.A.Batmanov 511, etc.