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  • 1 Jagellonian University Institute of Archaeology Pl-31117 Kraków ul. Gołębia 11.
  • 2 Muzeum Archeologiczne Kraków Pl-31007 ul. Senacka 3.

This is a study of the stone tools found in the rubble of a Prototiszapolgár culture house and the humus layer above during the 2007 excavations of Polgár-Bosnyákdomb. This assemblage marks an important interface between Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age lithic industries in this transitional period. The repertoire of raw materials is dominated by specimens from eastern sources, while the technology is characterized with Late Neolithic traditions.

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