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Le camp de peran
France

You are at the center of Camp Péran or Camp Burnt Stones (10th century).

Discovered in 1845 by Baron De la Pylaie, the walled enclosure is located on the common Plédran (Côtes d'Armor) and is classified a historical monument since 1875.
The camp consists of two concentric walls (each formed by a parapet and a ditch) in the shape of an ellipse (134m to the long axis and 110 to small). The inner rampart, which is the highest, sustained the action of a violent fire in the same way as glass castles of Scotland, probably remains of a Viking invasion ...
The carbon-14 dating is the fire that led to the vitrification of stone about the year 915. However, texts are the landing of the Normans bulldozer, Barbetorte at Dol, in the year 936. The future Alain IV Barbetorte said, then allegedly stole the mouth of Gouët, and have fought with the Vikings, entrenched in a camp.
Is this one of Péran, defensive place situated on a plateau rising to 160m?
The legend says that the fire lasted 7 years ...

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Copyright: Zaellig
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 06/08/2009
Hochgeladen: 09/09/2009
Aktualisiert: 02/03/2015
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Tags: france; camp péran; glass castles; brittany; gallic; viking; armor cost; archeology
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