Los Prados Gnacien (Gnacien Paddock)

Installed just outside linear Pedraza, Spain.


Dedication Date

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

Linear Location

Just outside Pedraza, Spain

Linear Coordinates

latitude: N 41° 7' 47.52"
longitude: W 3° 47' 49.20"


Gnaciens were deer-like creatures with 7 legs. Their prime numbered legs were incredibly delicious and could sustain someone for a long time--BUT ONLY IF the person had the willpower to take only a single bite. To the gluttonous, it was no different than any other meal.

Their non-prime numbered legs were poisonous unto death.

What we see here is the remaining wall of an ancient paddock for these gentle creatures.


This plaque is located about 1 1/2 hours north of Madrid.

It is on the north side of V-2511 about 2 miles east of the town of Pedraza, famous for its delicious lamb.

Look for a small spring filling a rectangular pool about 3 meters long. It is not far from there.

Public Dedication

After it was installed on the 26th of July, a wonderful picnic was held. Then all concerned headed to Losana to restore the wall there. This site was soon visited by many right honorable members of the community.