The article describes a hoard found on the Uibat River, southern Siberia. The hoard includes artifacts typical of the second stage of the Tes culture. Iron and bronze items resemble those discovered in hoards and burials in the Altai and Khakassia and dated to the 2nd century BC – 1st century AD. Certain rare specimens are relevant to the ethnic and political reconstruction of southern Siberia during the Xiongnu period.
Keywords: Hoard, shaft-hole ax, mirror, spoon-shaped clasps, iron dagger, latticed plates, argali, Tagar, Tes, Xiongnu, Warring States period.