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- The monuments of the Aldy-Bel culture are synchronous and in many respects similar with those of the Mayemir culture in the Altai region and the Tasmola culture of Central Kazakhstan.
- Pottery, and bronze and golden ware deposited in mausolea found its influence in the succeeding nomadic Tasmola culture.
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