During the archaeological studies in Klementowice over 50.000 artefacts were found; most of them were artefacts made of flint and stone. Most of the discovered artefacts finds their counterparts in other Magdalenian sites, especially in the region of Moravia and Central Germany.
The tools discovered on the site were used in the works connected with the treatment of bones, antlers, soft tissue (including leather) and other organic materials. They were also served as flint insets (elements of projectile weapons) and as fire-flints.
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. 8-10/