Thursday, February 22, 2018

Babylonian Talmud Mentions Giants With Double Rows of Teeth

Babylonian Talmud Mentions Giants With Double Rows of Teeth

Worlds Before Our Own, By Brad Steiger published by Berkley Publishing
   The Babylonian Talmud, a Jewish sacred book, refers to a giant possessing the same twin set of dentures. 

The Giants of Wales by Chris Grooms
Carthage, North Africa 
    And in the time of Hadrian the Emperor, there was raised from the earth, in a place called Messana, the body of the giant called Ida, who was twenty feet in length and who had double sets of teeth or two rows of teeth still standing completely preserved in his head or in his gums.

One Historical Account of Giants in Ohio with Double Rows of Teeth

Ironton Register, 1892 
     Where Proctorville now stands was one day part of a well-paved city, but I think the greater part of it is now in the Ohio River. Only a few mounds, there; one of which was near the C. Wilgus mansion and contained a skeleton of a very large person, all double teeth, and sound, in a jaw bone that would go over the jaw with the flesh on, of a large man; the common burying ground was well filled with skeletons at a depth of about 6 feet. Part of the pavement was of boulder stone and part of well-preserved brick.