Bifacial leaf shaped points from surface collections in Southeastern Slovakia: further traces of Szeletian presence?
Open-air site complex with leaf-points at Szécsénke (Cserhát Mountains, Northern Hungary), Preliminary results
Raw material, typology and land-use hypothesis about an open-air Palaeolithic site cluster at Szécsénke, Hungary
Nyílt színi Szeletien telep Szécsénke-Kis-Ferenc-hegyen (Open-air Szeletian site at Szécsénke-Kis-Ferenc-Hegy)
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.