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6 - ultural accumulations on the hills forming the layer of 12 meters. The earliest cultural layer was located in the loess and belonged to the settlement Burgulyuk the culture that was found in Tashkent ever. The name of the port is connected, spoke the famous archaeologist Terenojnin Aleksey Ivanovich, on the edge of the valley in Burgulyuksay Ahangaransky. He has found some articles are: the instruments, the gorges, the weapon - knives, daggers, arrowheads, clay products.

As a result of subsequent investigations to Shasha areas the same points were found that led investigators to the opening of the colony to Burgulyuk From Tashkent shore. Wash-house with land courts, the remains of corns, bones of animals, household items has ensured that these sites were managed.

People of this type were in the vicinity of the channel on June the channel surface water had been allowed almost at the level of banks, which is plum for water for the fields. These early farmers in the area of ​​Tashkent lived in the caves with the walls of the box and potolochnoe lighting.

Each plate is installed the chimney hole and corn store has been prepared for a family. People have used earthenware is made by hand in the mold. The ships were red and burned. Burgulyuk people sowed barley and wheat, cultivated the land for stone hoes and taken in collecting the harvest with bronze sickles. Mhuelen Maize corn in stone spoiled by the lattice. Shashtepe these calculations were also employed and educated farmers cattle and pigs. They used horses, donkeys and camels in home economics and agriculture. Burgulyuk people put knives, sickles, arrowheads and other forms bronze stone. Besides brass have begun to overcome the iron, the unit. The weaving was well developed. People have made accurate and coarse fabric of wool and jute. No information about the local production of cotton fiber for that period. Burgulyuk people worshiped the forces of nature and fertility. This company was in the phase relationships of the community elders.