Several legends attempt to explain the creation of the modern villages of the Commune. On the site of Miramont, there seems there a town called Sorasis that would have been destroyed by the English.103 people survived the massacre and had founded the village centers (103 in Occitan).
In terms of Taurines, according to legend, the village owes its existence to "a bull that brought to light in the early days of Christianity, a shrine containing the relics of a saint."
This is the place of this discovery was built as a church to which they gave the name Taurines (Taurus).
On the town, the banks Viaur housed many mills as well as glass in the Old Regime as the mills of Ayres, to Valat, to Gargaros, Tayac, Brienne and Fombonne. They produced glass fern.
On the Common Taurines Castle (13th and 16th centuries) were each home to a major exhibition of contemporary art.
In 1928, an American of Margueritte Husse (Hussey Mrs. Pearl) opera singer bought the castle Taurines. She rarely went there and sold it in 1947.
Au Moulin de l'Herm (private property), the last miller undeclared only willing to grind at night to avoid attracting attention.