added by archaeologs Nucleated open settlement of the later Neolithic period, situated near Szentes in southeast Hungary. Two occupation horizons are represented: a SzakalhAt (Alfold Linear pottery) level dated to the late 5th millennium be and a thick Tisza culture level dated to the 4th millennium be. Several complete Tisza culture house plans have been excavated, some with bucrania on the gable ends. The most famous Tisza find is the ‘Sickle God’, a complete, seated, fired-clay male figurine carrying a sickle.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983