Table of Figures

Figure 1: Distribution of monuments in southern Morbihan

Figure 2: Earthen long mound (Trédion, Coëby)

Figure 3: Angled passage grave of Les Pierres Plates (Locmariaquer). View towards entrance.

Figure 4: View of the earthen long mound of Mane Net

Figure 5: The Carnac alignments from the top of Mont St Michel (visible between the trees behind the houses)

Figure 6: Topography of southern Morbihan

Figure 7: Viewsheds of earthen long mounds by group

Figure 8: Inter-visibility between groups of earthen long mounds

Figure 9: Viewshed for Group 9

Figure 10: Distribution of earthen long mounds by group with respect to watersheds (black) and rivers (cyan)

Figure 11: Clustering of earthen long mounds

Figure 12: Plan of the Camp du Lizo (Le Rouzic 1933)

Figure 13: Visibility of locations of angled passage graves

Figure 14: Visibility of angled passage graves, assuming a mound height of 4m

Figure 15a: Route of visualisation, and locations of angled passage graves

Figure 15b: Dynamic visualisation of the route travelling up the Crac'h river

Figure 16: Frames from dynamic visualisation of Le Lizo

Figure 17: View from Luffang, looking towards Camp de Lizo (centre left).

Figure 18: View south from Luffang, showing Mané Roullarde on the skyline

Figure 19: View south from the estuary, Mané Roullarde is clearly visible.

Dynamic visualisations of angled passage grave locations

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VRML of the Crac'h estuary: crach.wrl (3MB)


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