An exceptional archaelogical site near Brest in Brittany

Near Brest, an Exceptional Archaeological Site

Objects more than 14 000 years ago were discovered in Plougastel-Daoulas (29). They are the oldest traces of art ever discovered in Britain, treasure trove for archaeologists. This is a (very) large stone, well known to climbers. In the wood Kerérault, Plougastel-Daoulas (Finistère), the Rock of the Empress recently gained international notoriety. It was there, […]

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Near Brest, a major archaeological discovery

Near Brest, a Major Archaeological Discovery

Scientists have uncovered the artistic traces of the Upper Paleolithic in Plougastel-Daoulas (Finistère). Besides being very rare in Europe, they are also the oldest of its kind in Brittany. “An exceptional archaeological value. “ Nearly four years since Nicolas Naudinot, research professor at the University Côte d’Azur CEPAM-CNRS, working on the site of the Empress […]

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