During the archaeological research within the site in Klementowice and in its vicinity, some traces of much younger settlements were also found. These were fragments of pottery from the Neolithic Age, the Bronze Age and the modern period. Particularly noteworthy is the fragment of a neolithic axe from banded flint whose deposits can be found over 100 km south west from Klementowice.
Two fragments of ceramics were used for thermoluminescence dating.
Next to the site, an object that can be classified as a connecting mow or a ditch between the overwatch positions from the period of the First or the Second World War was discovered. A bullet shell argues in favour of this theory.
Tadeusz Wiśniewski, Barbara Niezabitowska- Wiśniewska (eds.), Klementowice - obozowisko ze schyłku epoki lodowej we wschodniej Polsce /Klementowice - A late Ice Age settlement in Eastern Poland/, Lublin 2013 /p. 19/