Uyk-Turan, Е 3
The monument found out near the present Turan city.
Danzynuly organized replacing the stone to the Tyva museum in Kyzyl in 1943.
The deer stone is a component of small barrow in Arjan. It belongs to early nomads epoch of bronze (VII-III BC).
Made from reddish grey clay fine stone. Wild deer and boars are pictured on both sides. There are totally 6 lines of epitaph: 3 lines on two sides. There are half moon and cross formed sign on below of one scripted side.
Height - 2,82 m, length - 0,19 m, width - 0,41 m.
The stone was found and declared by Funtikov. I.R.Aspelin in 1888, D.A.Klements in 1891, J.G. Granö in 1906, and other scientists conducted researches.