Gigantes

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The Gigantes (in Greek Mythology monstrous giants) are (according to the poet Hesiod) the children of Uranus and Gaia. The titans are as well often imagined to be of great size and strength, hence the word titanic. Also the Cyclopes, in mythology, are giants with one eye.

Goliath, the champion of the Philistines, was a giant, as well as Gog the giant of the Amorites, (og in Hebrew means "gigantic"). [1].

List of giants in mythology and folklore Answers Corporation.

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References

  1. Hebrew Bible
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