Two tombs rise side by side in a large cemetery near the village of Cicimli (Dzhidzhimli) in the Armenian-occupied Lachin district.
The oldest of them is a tomb monument, visited as a shrine and known to the locals as the tomb of Melik Ajdar (inv. 311). The epitaph on the tomb, built in the 14th century, is in Arabic. The inscription is not fully readable due to exposure to erosion.