Origin of kurgan
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From Mir we proceeded to the Kette Kurgan ('great fortress').Travels in Central Asia|Arminius Vmbry
An occasional kurgan rising up here and there in the Steppe is the sole sign that it was once inhabited by a people.The Green Book|Mr Jkai
These people buried their dead in barrows, or kurgans, and for this reason they have been called Kurgan people.
Sergi states that it varies from 65 to 81, but it seems likely that among his collection of kurgan skulls are some of other types.