The paper deals with the problem of the knives from the middle, younger and late Bronze Age. It includes all the published as well as unpublished bronze knives, including their fragments, as well as the features incorrectly interpreted in the past as finds of knives, or knives without a more detailed description and visual documentation. During their typological classification, several basic framework groups, marked according to characteristic forms of the handles, were determined: 1 – the early knives with flat full handle, 2 – the early knives with short flat handle, 3 – the knives with tongue handle, 4 – the knives with oval frame handle, 5 – the knives with full handle of circular or oval section, 6 – the older knives with thorn handle, 7 – the younger knives with short flat handle, 8 – the younger knives with thorn handle, 9 – the knives with quiver-shaped handle. In Slovakia there are also a small number of knives with ornitomorphous ending of the handle, as well as secondary artefacts – tools re-forged from the fragments of sickle into the form of a small knife. In addition to knives, the paper discusses also casting forms (moulds) for the production of knives. The excavated feature proves that a Lusatian-culture settlement was situated in the close vicinity of the burial ground. The preserved construction details helped creating the dwelling space reconstruction.