Carved Stone 9 in Gavrinis Dolmen passage grave, Gulf of Morbihan, Larmor-Baden Morbihan, France. The largest and most decorated tomb in Neolithic Europe with 29 six-foot-tall menhirs carved with labyrinthine fingerprints. Built on a hilltop circa.
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Carved Stone 8 in Gavrinis Dolmen passage grave, Gulf of Morbihan Larmor-Baden, Morbihan, France. Cairn de Gavrinis Passage Grave, the largest and most decorated tomb in Neolithic Europe with 29 six-foot-high menhirs carved with labyrinthine fingerprints.
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carved monoliths of Gavrinis island, Morbihan Gulf
LE LABYRINTHE ET SON ORIGINE (1) Rien n’est comparable au magnifique cairn de l’île de Gavrinis (Morbihan, Bretagne) dont les dalles constituant les parois d’un long couloir sont ornées de cercles concentriques. Le site de Gavrinis dont la construction...
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Gavrinis (Breton: Gavriniz) is a small island, situated in the Gulf of Morbihan in Brittany, France. It contains the Gavrinis tomb, a megalithic monument notable for its abundance of megalithic art in the European Neolithic.