Jan, would you be so kind as to illustrate your observations of the
defensive natures of Carnac?
On 10 Nov 2014 11:12, "Jan Vandenheede" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The Stonehenge cursus (not the lesser one) goes from one ridge to
> another. This means one could see quite far if one stood on the bank of
> the shorter sides. Couldn't there be a defensive aspect here as well?
> Seeing far was not evident at that time and important in periods of trouble
> or warfare. (I have made similar remarks on parts of the Carnac region
> last year.)
> Best regards,
> Jan Vandenheede
> Docteur en Arts et Sciences de l'Art