A peculiar result of the study of Kimak antiquities F.Kh. Arslanova presents two extensive articles on military graves in the Zevakino burial ground and female jewelry of Kimaks and Kypchaks, which, unfortunately, appeared only after the death of the researcher [Arslanova, 2013a, p. 28–92; 2013b, p. 93-120]. The article on women’s jewelry presents in detail one of the interesting categories of jewelry – clasps in the form of a flying bird, often with an image of a mask on the body. At the time of the study, there were 43 copies. similar products (of which 24 copies. form sets, and 19 – halves) [Arslanova, 2013, p. 93]. They come from 22 female and four children’s burials, which are part of 21 barrow groups from the territory of the Ob-Irtysh interfluve, Altai, Kemerovo Kuzbass and the Minusinsk depression [Arslanova, 2013, p. 108, fig. 7]. A comprehensive study of the funeral rite and funeral inventory, referring to ethnographic data allowed the researcher to come to important conclusions on the function, method of wearing, the semantics of these jewelry. Despite the fact that F.Kh. Arslanova did not set herself the task of focusing on the social status of women; it has been repeatedly noted that the presence of ritual clothing, the originality of funerary equipment indicates their belonging to the elite part of society and that, perhaps, they were ministers of worship during their lives [Arslanova, 2013, p. 97].