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Le Jardin aux moines

Ce monument apparaît comme un ensemble de blocs de pierres (blancs et volumineux à l’est, en poudingue de Montfort et plus petit à l’ouest) qui forment un trapèze d’environ 25 m de long sur 5 à 6 m de large.

Des fouilles archéologiques ont été entreprises par Jacques Briard en 1983. Des pointes de flèches en silex et quelques fragments de poterie ont été découverts.

Le foyer central semble remonter à 2 000 ans avant J-C mais le monument aurait au moins 1 000 ans de plus, ce qui atteste une réutilisation du site à diverses époques. Cependant, sa fonction reste imprécise.

Ce monument est original car seuls deux ou trois exemples comparables sont connus en Bretagne.

Légende : Le seigneur Gastern de Tréhorenteuc menait une mauvaise vie, entouré de soudards avinés. Ils passaient tout leur temps en ripaille. Lors d’une orgie un jour de Toussaint, la colère divine fut telle qu’ils furent tous transformés en blocs de pierres...

Copyright: Zaellig
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 22/08/2009
Caricate: 12/09/2009
Aggiornato: 02/03/2015
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Tags: brocéliande; france; monks garden; brittany; archeology
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