In the year 2013 and 2014 there was carried out an archaeological excavation for scientific and documentation purposes in Čierne Kľačany, location Pri mlyne. The area of the settlement was identified by geophysical measurement, according to which there were selected, and after that excavated, houses foundations belonging to the Lengyel culture located in the south-western part of the settlement. There was collected vast and variable pottery from different time periods during the both working seasons. Except of the Stone Age settlement pits and foundations of Lengyel culture houses with the channels for poles, some objects from the Late Bronze Age and Early Hallstatt Period were also found. There was excavated also a part of Linear culture object: ditch or a moat, 2 m wide and 60 cm deep, with flat bottom indicating, that it’s construction was not finished. Beside the huge amount of Lusatian culture finds, pottery material from the area of Central Danubian and probably also south-eastern Urnfield cultures was identified. Even the poor number of Urnfield cultures settlement pits found in this area, the potsherds was easily differentiated and was dated in the chronological phases HB – HC.