After moving in 1974 in Tver, work on the study of Kimak antiquities continued and, of course, the researcher focused on the study of Slavic archeology. As V.A. Mogilnikov and S.A. Pletnev in an article dedicated to the memory of F.Kh. Arslanova, in her scientific work “united two medieval, but completely different cultures: nomadic and Slavic-agricultural. This rare example of symbiosis could be exclusively with a scientist of extraordinary industriousness and research talent ”[Mogilnikov, Pletneva, 2000]. And here luck accompanied the scientist. In Izbryzhsky burial ground, located in the Tver region of the Russian Federation, F.Kh. Arslanova also found female burials with a rich composition of embellishments [Zhukova, Stepanova, 2002, p. 6]. One of the articles containing the results of a study of this region has a more than telling title: “Pagan symbols in the clothes of a woman in the first half of the 11th century. (based on materials from the barrows near the village of Izbryzh) ”[Mogilnikov, Pletneva, 2000].