After the initial surveys and two seasons of excavations (2001 and 2004), in 2007, Attila Péntek donated a huge amount of lithics from the Acsa-Rovnya site, to the Hungarian National Museum. Since the first publication (2008), new Aurignacian open-air localities were discovered at the site. We made a re-evaluation of the site, in the light of the new data.
Since 2001, systematic field walking surveys take place in the Cserhát mountains, Hungary. Many new sites were recovered, the material from Legénd-Káldy-tanya belongs to the Micoquian – Bábonyian sphere. Now we add an other site, Szécsénke-Kis-Ferenc-hegy to the published collections.
In concord with the aims of the Lithic Research Roundtable, the author reports new results about the revision of 1995-2001 and former excavations, as they stand in 2012. New problems and questions are also included in the study.