Bifacial leaf shaped points from surface collections in Southeastern Slovakia: further traces of Szeletian presence?
Moravia, leaf-shaped tools: who made them and which industries contain those pieces? Challenge from the time of the first modern humans in Europe.
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
New excavations at the Szeleta Cave. – A Szeletien kultúra névadó lelőhelyén, a Szeleta-barlangban új kutatás indult.
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.