Nida, which lies on the Curonian Lagoon, is best known today as a Lithuanian coastal resort town sandwiched between two large, impressive, forested dune fields. The ones to its west are called the old dunes.
The material presented in this book is preserved in the holdings of the National Museum of Lithuania. The material is the most important thing because it does not change while the attitude towards it and the conclusions drawn from it change with every generation. May this publication serve as a basis for further investigations into the culture‘s history, something that will require the work of more than one generation of archaeologists.