The article presents results of the author’s bachelor thesis, which deals with detailed cataloguing and analysing of findings of so-called Scythian character in the Moravia in the late Early Iron Age period. The author based this article on catalogue from his thesis. Relevant analogies and typological assignments were studied for concerning every subject in the catalogue and on their basis there was made general chronological classification of each piece. The aim of this article is to present observations that resulted from a detailed evaluation, on its basis occurrence of the subjects of so-called Scythian origin in the Moravia were divided into three time horizons.
A deeply patinated artifact, interpreted as a side-scraper, has been revealed during an evaluation of lithic chipped materials from the Eneolithic hillfort Starý Zámek near Jevišovice (Znojmo district). The artifact is made of raw material from Cracow-Częstochowa Jurassic area and its provenience should be sought within the Middle Paleolithic milieu in Poland rather than in Moravia. As the artifact is looking strange within the local Middle Paleolithic, it was very probable imported later. Presence of the Jurassic silicites from the Cracow-Częstochowa Upland within the Funnel Beaker context, i.e. in the layer C2 of the hillfort Starý Zámek, document a possible contact during the Eneolithic.