Some Kurgan Mounds, over 2,500 years old have been currently excavated in Kazakhstan where the average height of men have been over 1.80 meters (around 6 feet) and some exceed 2 meters (6ft 7+). One man exceeding 3 meters has been unearthed. The burial site and anthropological features are undoubtedly Caucasus. Most representatives of the pit culture – quite strong people taller than 180 cm are dominate, but some go beyond this height limit. According to archaeologists, come individuals have exceeded the three meter mark.
There have been remains of the ancient “people-giants” found in the Kuban region in Novopokrovskiy. Local newspapers published photos from the excavation site. The average height was about two meters.
The discovery was made during excavations near the village of Novopokrovsky. Newspaper claims that the giant skeletons were found in the conduct of work on the installation of high-voltage power lines. These giants are from the second half of the III millennium BC. Four people – two men and two women have been found. In fact, men are quite high, strong, their growth – about two meters. Women are also quite tall – not less than 1.7 m. In the 25th century BC, this place was inhabited by tribes of nomadic farmers, the culture of which we have only fragmentary information.
There are a surprising number of reports pertaining to ancient “Mound builders” of gigantic stature being unearthed from the Ohio Valley, but another concentration of Mound giants also occurs among the Kurgans of the ancient steppes of Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus mountains. Skeletons of startling proportions, giant chieftains and warriors– men and women 6-1/2, to 7-1/2 feet tall have been unearthed in burial mounds 5,000 to 3,000 years old in the Don Region of Russia.