Archaeological research yields new discoveries:
Trnava, Western Slovak Museum

Josef U R M I N S K Y


bones and antlers from tall animals were found on locale in both fashioned and raw form. Amongst bone tools dominated needles and picks, to lesser extend small chisels, probably for preparation of fur, respectively fabrics. Cone-shaped bob from the weaving loom is documenting production of weaved fabrics.
Antlers by and large weren't modified, because they already had pointed shape, and so were fulfilling same function as other fashioned bone instruments.

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