Exhibit 3


Composite tools

Composite tools are made from organic (wood, bone, bast) and anorganic (stone, later metal) materials. They are preserved on numerous settlements in the Baltic region thanks to deposition conditions. In Czech environment the existence of organic parts can be proved rather indirectly, for example on the basis of the archaeological context. By archeological excavation of the tombs in Marefy two stone arrowheads and some trapezes have been found. The spatial organisation of artefacts in the tombs indicates the existence of some kind of hafting and we can reconstruct two daggers. Eneolithic (Beaker culture). Institute of Archaeology, MM. Reconstruction Petr Rajnoch.

Eneolit (KZK). Archeologické oddělení MZM. Rekonstrukce Petr Rajnoch.