His body burned on a pyre, who was usually a outside the cemetery. Then the bones along with a variety of implements were placed in an amphora, or other vessel, which served as an urn. Openings boxes laying the whole vessels, or their fragments, bricks, flat stones. Urns were placed in a small rectangular tomb, which is covered with earth or stones blocked. In the funeral ceremony there are some differences.
So, sometimes the bones carefully cleaned of traces of the pyre. Sometimes, when the urn is not used, the remains of a bonfire just pour in burial pit. In some tombs, besides boxes, put the containers, put tools, jewelry, weapons. The walls of some tombs lined with slabs, and the resulting stone box on top overlapped another plate. There are cases where the pyre stacked directly on top of the burial pit. After the fire is waning, the remains of a bonfire filled with stones, thus creating a low mound.
Differences in Rite suggest that people who left their graves, were representatives of various tribes. The bulk of the graves, belonging, probably, freemen, bezynventarna. Private burial accompanied by a fairly diverse set of things. They found weapons (sword, battle axes, spears, daggers, shields metal parts), jewelry (bracelets, pendants, earrings, rings, rings, necklaces), details of clothing (Fibulae, buckles), coins, utensils, work tools (sickles, knives, needles, awls, the touchstone, the fence). A lot of things before you drop into the grave, deliberately spoiled: bend metal objects and broken, clay and glass bowl broken.