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'Know, O Prince,'
'That the Ancient Legends Were True and Your History a Lie and That...

"...that between the years when the oceans drank Atlantis and the rise of the sons of Aryas, there existed an age undreamed-of..."

-The Nemedian Chronicles

How FARMERS were once fitter than athletes: Human strength ...

Cambridge University claims that when our ancestors made the transition from hunter-gatherer societies to agricultural ones, their lower limb strength weakened.

What do you think, James?


I think that we need to apology to Homer and the Author of Gilgamesh and to the ghosts of Herakles, and Megellan's chroniclers, who met "giant" Indians in South America, and to the runty English and Spanish who we didn't believe when they said that the Amerindians bent bows as thick as a man's arm—for it is true, that in days of yore men were giants and once again modern skepticism is proved wrong by ancient myth...

A Well of Heroes: Two:

Literary Impressions of the Prose and Verse of Robert E. Howard

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AnonymousJune 6, 2017 11:24 PM UTC

Steve Quayle used to have a whole list of giants on his site. Now they're in his book but he has a good deal of info on the second link.

I read a book once in our University library about giants. It had a small listing of every giant known.