Instead of one again two menhirs, sandstone. The Rooster is a rectangular prismatic slab 2 m high slightly bent towards
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Instead of one again two menhirs, sandstone. The Rooster is a rectangular prismatic slab 2 m high slightly bent towards the south. The stone is pierced obliquely in its upper part by a hole 7 cm to 10 cm wide and 1 m deep, probably of natural origin. The smaller Hen (1.60 min-height) is located less than 2 m from Le Coq (The Rooster).
According to tradition, the Rooster Stone turns on itself when it hears the cock sing.
South of the two menhirs, lying on the ground, a third slab (6 m by 3 m), also made of sandstone, was recognized as a polisher with a dozen polishing grooves.