Yep, valuable info. Probably even the name of village - Kriveikiškis, could be traced to Krivichi tribe. Such artifacts only shows that Ruthenian culture made influence onto Lithuanians. Also in Kernavė in capital of pagan Lithuania (!) were found artifact of orthodox culture. Therefore deny Slavonic, more exactly Rutheniana influence is ridiculous. Deny that Lithuanian word for the Easter - Velykos is not way related to Ruthenian - Velikiy den is ridiculous. Now simple question for Arūnas: how Ruthenian loanwords appeared in Scalovia and Nadrovia?
Ideas of Arūnas Armonas that Christian Slavonic loanwords in Old Prussian language were got from Gotihc tribes are ridiculous. Gothic tribes took christianity in IV century living near the Black Sea, so no relations in that time.