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It’s no tall tale—the first complete ancient skeleton of a person with gigantism has been discovered near Rome, a new study says.
At 6 feet, 8 inches (202 centimeters) tall, the man would have been a giant in third-century A.D. Rome, where men averaged about 5 and a half feet (167 centimeters) tall. By contrast, today’s tallest man measures 8 feet, 3 inches (251 centimeters).

Two partial skeletons, one from Poland and another from Egypt, have previously been identified as “probable” cases of gigantism, but the Roman specimen is the first clear case from the ancient past, study leader Simona Minozzi, a paleopathologist at Italy’s University of Pisa, said by email.

Necropolis had a stash of about 80 skeletons, and most of them were complete. In addition, they also found a preserved ceramic pot filled with grain. In recent years, however, the villagers discovered the cemetery тιтans in the planting apple orchard.

In addition to oversized skulls they discovered intact skeleton, jewelery, fragments of vessels specifically 3-meter statue. Even at this point in a group of archaeologists and drove findings discovery was forgotten, it is said among locals.

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