and SACOUE Hautes-Pyrénées, France.
Excavations in 1956 disclosed on top of Mont Sacon
at the peak of Tourron a summit sanctuary 1541 m high.
The sanctuary had many small votive altars of white
Saint-Béat marble. It seems to have been dedicated to
Jupiter and was undoubtedly destroyed after the spread
G. Fouet, “Cultes gallo-romains de sommets dans nos Pyrénées centrales: le Mont Sacon,” Rev.
76 (1963) 13-16; G. Fouet & A. Soutou,
“Une cime pyrénéenne consacrée à Jupiter: le Mont Sacon (1541 m.),” Gallia
21 (1963) 275-94.