The Bukk Culture vessel glued into sinter (68kB).
Man probably got into this cave as early as in the Early Stone Age. A reason for it is given a finding of the only one stone leafy spike which ranks in the Szelet Culture (35 000 - 40 000 years) in the cave alluvium. Next prehistoric inhabitants of the Domica were users of the Starcevo-Kris and Seskel Cultures what both are characterized by a production of thin bowls without spirals and meanders. In about Middle of the Late Stone Age the peoples of East Slavonic Culture settled the cave. For them the linear ceramics with rich cut ornaments is characterized. Small fragments of the ceramics confirm, that the cave was at that time settled in only for a short time. The Domica offered only poor findings of skeleton relics of man: in 1926 a half of lower jaw was discovered and in 1936 was found a half of already sintered jaw and footprints and handprints in clay. Unexplained drawings of the lines decorate walls of the close passage. It can be interpreted as that some parts of the Domica Cave were used to ritual ceremonies of the primeval peoples.