VONDSTEN VAN DE SWIFTERBANTCULTUUR UIT HET VOORSTE DIEP BIJ BRONNEGER (DR.)
During dredging activities in the Voorste Diep at Bronneger (Dr.) a pot of the Neolithic Swifterbant culture (c. 4450-4000 BC), two almost complete red-deer antlers and a burnt fragment of a third red-deer antler were discovered, evidently having lain together. The connection between the finds has still to be confirmed by 14C dating. The two almost complete antlers belonged to 15- and 16-year-old red deer. Their skulls appear to have been worked by man. The rim-belly pot fragment is from an S-shaped vessel, decorated with tiny, oval, shallow imprints on the rim and with a repair hole under the neck. The wall had been smoothed with the fingers. Some burnt food remains were on both sides.