A deerstone, in this case carved with superimposed horses pictured below a female deer (center right on the stele); a band of dots encircles the stone below a circle with a handle (a motif that is similar to the bronze mirrors found in priestess burials dating slightly later); and, a “belt” around the top. The female deer depicted is not the usual motif on the deerstones. This type of monument belong to the transition period between the Late Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age. They are found from Mongolia west through Eurasia with the largest numbers in Mongolia.