There is an AMAZING wreath of echinoids that surround the occupants, something we've talked about [here] and [here] recently.
|A diagram, I believe from the original excavator, via Digital Digging.|
If you read the article, you'll notice that there is mention of cow 'horn cores', probably from the longifrons bones mentioned in the excavation. These are likely baby bottles as are commonly found among the Asian steppe cultures.
*Update. I'm curious about the placement of echinoids in burials. At least in this one, they surround the occupants in a perfect ring. In later times, the echinoids would be associated with the thunder and lightning war god. I wonder if this is protection or a warning?. Either way, the grave appears to have been plundered in antiquity.