In the cultures of the Far North came out of the situation by means of a continuous multi-layer flooring from warm skins. Just arrived in the steppe regions. The floors in the yurt was covered with felt, carpets, skins. However, those and others do it internally, because of the need to lead a nomadic life. These floors are not the best for cost, hygiene, maintenance and durability. But this is the best portable floors. Residents of the city under study were clearly sedentary and more uncomfortable, expensive portable floors not needed. So on what basis the archaeologists do not hesitate to deny them the right to benefit from an effective, inexpensive (for the forest zone) and tech wooden floors? There is simply no reason.