Three graves with daggers were uncovered at the burial ground in Bajč-Ragoňa II in 1964. In one of them, in grave 39, 50 – 60 year-old woman was buried. The list of positively anthropologically confirmed and probably female graves with daggers of the Únětice culture in Moravia and Slovakia, including grave 100 of the Maďarovce culture from Jelšovce, proves that daggers approx. 5 – 18 cm long come from graves of 20 – 60 year-old women. Besides others, finds from the Middle Bronze Age were discovered at the settlement in Bajč-Vlkanovo during the research in 1964 and 1965. It is questionable whether the bronze artefacts from feature IX can be characterized as a hoard. A stone amulet and a vessel sherd resembling pottery from the so-called A2/B1 transitive horizon from this feature are noteworthy. A large vessel of the Middle Danube Tumulus culture comes from pit 13. It was probably used as a pithos; seven graves of this type are known from the Early and Middle Bronze Age in Slovakia. Pottery of the Middle Danube Tumulus culture was also discovered in pit 27; pit 56 contained potteries of the Maďarovce culutre and the Otomani-Füzesabony cultural complex. In general, finds from this settlement document slow penetration of the Middle Danube Tumulus culture in the environment of surviving Early Bronze cultures of the north-west Carpathian basin in stage B1.