Burial ground is located 3,5 km west of Degeres Vilalge in Jambyl District of Almaty Oblast. Archaeological site has been researched by Almaty reconnaissance expedition of A.Margulan Institute of Archaeology in 2006. Necropolis occupies the ridge pass to the south of Degeres Mountains. The pass is a connection chain between large valleys in eastern and western parts of the ridge and is crossed over with cattle paths caused the partly damage of 20 burial constructions of the Bronze Age. Despite them 8 barrows of the Early Iron Age attend to necropolis.
Burial ground consists of the Bronze Age mounds grouped in unclear line stretched in south-north direction. Burial constructions of the Bronze Age are presented by boxes-cists within circular (up to 3 m in diameter) or square (3 x 2,5 m in seize) stone fences. Stone graves of 1 x 0,5 m to 2,5 x 1,5 in seize are traced inside fences. Referring the type of burial construction the burials are attributed to Andronovo period of the Bronze Age (XIV –XII cc.BC).
Barrows of the Early Iron Age are extended to the line oriented from north-east to south-west. Embankments are made of earth and stones, gentle, flattened covered with turf. Diameters vary from 4 to 10m, 0,2 to 0,6 m high. Stone fillings above graves in the center of embankments, focused by an axis from west-south-west to east-north-east have been traced. Stone rings encircling basis of mounds are observed. Constructional features of embankments and graves correspond to the Wu-sun period of the Early Iron Age (II c.B.C – II c.AD).
Necropolis is the largest in neighboring to Degeres Village area, which defines it as a main burial place for locals inhabited this territory in the Bronze Age. In the Early Iron Age any traces of a large settlement were fixed there, which presumes that barrows were intended for representatives of the same clan.