Site Stare Gmajne near Verd was populated twice, first in the late 34th century BC and for the second time in the second half of the 32 century BC. Pile-dwelling settlement were located in the swamp, most likely at the edge of the lake.
During archeological research at the site they discovered two dugout canoe made of oak trunks and a kids bow, long 64 cm, probably intended for child's play . This discoveries were joined by a number of findings:
- stone arrowheads,
- axes made out of jade or eclogite,
- tools made of bone, teeth and antlers,
- scraps of yarn, ceramics and objects made of unfired clay.
These findings reveal important clues about everyday life of the pile-dwellers.