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  1. History of Brittany The Carnac Stones Close to both Carnac and La Trinité-Sur-Mer, this unmissable site comprises more than 3000 Menhirs (standing stones – count them if you don’t believe us) erected by the pre-Celtic people of Brittany, some dating from 4,500 BC.

  2. These Germanic invasions then modified the noun of the countries: - Brittany becomes England (Earth - Land of the Angles), - Harmonic becomes Brittany, - Gaul becomes France (it also invaded by Germanic people, Franks). The Breton ones also settled in other areas.

  3. History of Brittany The Carnac Stones Close to both Carnac and La Trinité-Sur-Mer, this unmissable site comprises more than 3000 Menhirs (standing stones – count them if you don’t believe us) erected by the pre-Celtic people of Brittany, some dating from 4,500 BC.

  4. hyperleap.com › topic › History_of_BrittanyHistory of Brittany

    Brittany (administrative region) - Brittany - Veneti (Gaul) - Revolt of 1173–74 - Breton nationalism - Dumnonia - Bretons - Armorica - Early Middle Ages - Megalith - Roman Empire - Great Britain - Cornwall - Devon - Duchy of Brittany - France - Province - French Revolution - Neolithic - Megalithic art - Tin - Bronze - Julius Caesar - Nantes - Vannes

  5. The Palaeolithic superior of Brittany, although recognized in many points remains not very abundant. Many discoveries will certainly come to fill the gaps, but the climatic conditions of the time are probably the reasons for the little occupation in Brittany. The climatic improvement which will follow will allow its colonization.

  6. 12/08/2011 · In 1985 Brittany Ferries further expanded by buying Truckline Ferries, which operated freight-only ships Coutances and Purbeck between Poole (UK) and Cherbourg (France). In 1986, Brittany Ferries introduced the Duc de Normandie, which operated a new route between the increasingly popular port of Portsmouth and Caen.

  7. No, Alba gu bràth! Funfact: there is no toll highway in Brittany because Anne de Bretagne's wedding contract with the king of France (Charles V IIRC) mentions that roads shall be free there. That's an urban legend. As highlighted in this comic, regions' privileges were abrogated during the french revolution.