The article is devoted to a scientific elaboration of flint inventory of grave 5 from a Lublin-Volhynia culture cemetery in Ksiaznice. There was a male of the Senilis age, with sepulchral assemblage containing three vessels, a copper axe and twelve flint artifacts, buried in the grave. Flint goods were found in two places. A double-sided conversing retouched blade - a dagger was located on ribs in the upper part of the breast and originally it was hung around the neck of the dead. The other artifacts like 3 blade blanks and their fragments, 3 endscrapers, a blade with truncation, a dual truncated blade and 2 laminar flakes were put in a pouch fixed to the left side of a belt. In addition, two trapezes and a piece of flake were uncovered in a fill of the grave pit. Very impressive flint inventory together with the rest of furnishing reflect the high social status of the man, probably related to his advanced age.
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