Apart from ceramics, there was a very carefully made serpentine axe with an oval shaft hole, a retouched slate blade and a small piece of sheet bronze of unknown function. The metal may not belong to the period of the tomb's original use. The characteristic animal remains known from other Wartberg tombs were absent.
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