Many ceramic fragments and stone artefacts in Suchá nad Parnou (Trnava Region) were discovered below the base of a cellar near a family house.
Archaeologist of the Regional Monuments Board (KPÚ) Trnava Matúš Sládok noted that these artefacts are between 6000 to 7000-years-old, dating back to the Lengyel culture.
He noted that there was terrain adjustment in the past when constructing the street, and even though the objects had to be visible, either nobody recognised them or they were kept in secret.
Painted decoration preserved
Archaeologists are now interested in the concentration of ceramic fragments.
2. Sep 2020 at 17:36 | Compiled by Spectator staff