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Bell Beaker Culture, so named after wide-mouthed bellshaped beakers characteristic of this culture of the late Neolithic Age , in Central Europe from about 2500 B.C. Other typical finds are bone and amber buttons, animal tooth pendants, copper daggers, flintstone arrowtips and stone armplates designed to protect the lower arm from arrow-string lashes. Little is known about the origins and spread of this culture, which is believed to have sprung up in southwestern Europe. Individual finds in Austria in the region from Salzburg to Burgenland.