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Giants Throughout History....

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by RobWin, Sep 10, 2008.

    Sep 10, 2008
  1. RobWin

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    Just thought this was an interesting chart I pulled out of my archived files tonite !! :D



    The following chart represents the comparative sizes of giants throughout history.


    A. Present day modern man which averages about 6-feet tall + or - several inches or more.

    B. 15-foot human skeleton found in southeast Turkey in late 1950's in the Euphrates valley during road construction. Many tombs containing giants were uncovered here. This pertains to the picture of the giant human femur and myself above.

    C. Maximinus Thrax Ceaser of Rome 235-238 A.D. This was an 8' 6" skeleton.

    D. Goliath was about 9 feet + or - a few inches. I Samuel 17:4 late 11th century.

    E. King Og spoken of in Deuteronomy 3:11 whose iron bedstead was approximately 14-feet by 6-feet wide. King Og was at least 12-feet tall, yet some claim up to 18.

    F. A 19'6" human skeleton found in 1577 A.D. under an overturned oak tree in the Canton of Lucerne.

    G. 23-foot tall skeleton found in 1456 A.D. beside a river in Valence, France.

    H. A 25' 6 " skeleton found in 1613 A.D. near the castle of Chaumont in France. This was claimed to be a nearly complete find.

    I. Almost beyond comprehension or believability was the find of the two separate 36-foot human remains uncovered by Carthaginians somewhere between 200-600 B.C.


    Source for the above information:
    Joe Taylor, Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum
    124 West Main St., P.O. Box 550, Crosbyton, TX 79322
    (805) 675-7777 (office) and (806) 675-2421 (fax)
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