Thus, reflections on gender issues became possible as a result of studying the sign essence of individual objects and the planography of burial grounds. The author expressed the opinion about the special social status of women whose burial equipment contained toreutics (these burials also differed in their specific placement in the family group and in the burial space). Despite the fact that the researcher received the most important information on the funeral rite of representatives of the Kimak nobility, it is important to note that in the scientific plan she was interested in the status of a woman. She developed this topic over the years. We can say that F.Kh. Arslanova became an innovator of gender studies in the archeology of Kazakhstan. Moreover, it should be noted that in the classical sense of the term, because gender research was originally meant to study women and only after a while men were added to them.