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Early Copper Age cemetery and settlement of the Tiszapolgár culture, located in the upper Bodrog Valley in eastern Slovakia and dated to the late 4th millennium BC. The site lies near a pass across the Carpathians. The richness of its grave goods shows it was an area of trade; the largest collection of Early Copper Age gold pendants in the Carpathians has been found, as well as south Polish and Volhynian flint nodules and rich copper finds.