The paper focuses on two rare monuments of the Bronze Age discovered in the Altai Republic. A detailed description, photographs, and drawings of the steles are included. The style of the images on the sculptures is analyzed and some analogues from other sites in Central Asia are suggested. It appears promising to compare the Kyzyl-Dzhar and Nizhny Inegen steles with anthropomorphic fi gurines of the Bronze Age, found by chance in the Altai and in Kazakhstan. The semantics, chronology, and cultural attribution of other Altai monuments are discussed.
Keywords: Steles, Bronze Age, anthropomorphic image, Altai, fi gurines.