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The Tarasovo burial ground (Russia, Udmurtia) is the largest among researched Finno-Ugric monuments of the I-V c. in Eurasia. It was excavated in 1980-1997 by the Kama-Vyatka archaeological expedition of the Udmurt State University (Izhevsk) under the guidance of Professor R. D. Goldina. 1,880 graves containing 2,096 burials and over 37,000 artifects were excavated on the area of more than 16,000 sq. m. The cemetery is dated to the end of the Early Iron Age and the Great Migration period (indoi:10.3176/arch.2017.2.05 fatcat:m63cjcq7rrdrvi73f7euejgw6y