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Neolithic quarrying in the foothills of the Jizera Mountains and the dating thereof

The Neolithic quarrying complex discovered in 2002 in the Jistebsko cadastre (in the Jizera Mountains) is one of the oldest and largest relicts of its type in the Czech Republic. The raw material scatter indicates that the extraction and processing of the raw materials for polished stone tools, probably for distribution across contemporary Central Europe, began in the earliest phase of the Neolith…