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A village in France, twenty miles southeast of Lorient, remarkable for the number of its Gallo-Roman remains, found in a group of mounds known as “Caesar's Camp.” These remains comprise pottery, glassware, coins, iron objects, bronzes, and statuary. See Miln, Excavations at Carnac, 2 vols. (1877-81).

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