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    Dolmen "Pierres Plates", Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone in the gallery. Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Dolmen Mane er Hroek, Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone in the gallery. Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Dolmen "Table des Marchands", Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone supporting largest of three slabs (detail). Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult.

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    Dolmen "Pierres Plates", Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone in the gallery. Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Dolmen Mane er Hroek, Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone in the gallery. Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Dolmen "Pierres Plates", Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone in the gallery. Archaeologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Dolmen "Table des Marchands", Gulf of Morbihan. Engraved stone supporting largest of three slabs. Archaelologists believe that many of these engravings show a mother goddess with necklaces and jewelry, possibly of a matriarchal moon cult. 4000-3000 BCE

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    Menhir in the Gulf of Morbihan, next to "Table de Marchands", the world's tallest. When erected, it fell and broke into three pieces.

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