The paper analyzes a series of rings from the early Neolithic that each have a singlelink. Starting from Vinča A, double rings appear, and then, at the end of phases Bor perhaps during the Tisa culture, a workshop for making rings with 2–3 rings was discovered at Cioka. The author believes that they served specialized hunters, as in our times they are gloves with three fingers to provide more safety when handling the bow. In the work, references are also made to other hunting sticks – the boomerang – reported in Măgura and Turdaş, these with three arms arguingwith the recent boomerangs from commercial where they have three arms. The work ends with references to examples from ethnology about the ring.
Keywords: ethnoarchaeology, rings, hunting, bow, boomerang.