There are 36 of Tribes of Giants mentioned in the Bible:
Eshkalonites Gazathites Geshurites
There are also 22 individual Giants mentioned, by name, in the Bible:
Adonizedec – King of Jerusalem
Agag – King of the Amalakites
Beelesath Gog and Magog Gogmagog
Hoham – King of Hebron
Horam – King of Gezer
Jabin – King of Hazor Jobab – King
of Madon Lahmi
Og of Bashan
Ogias – Og’s father
Sihon – King of the Amorites Sippai
were on ha’aretz in those yamim; and also after that, when the bnei
HaElohim came in unto the banot HaAdam, and they bore children to them,
the same became gibborim which were of old, men of renown.
(Genesis 6:4 OJB)
There can be no doubt that the people living in Canaan were either an organized tribe or group of giants living in great walled cities. This no legend found scrawled on some obscure buried tablet, but absolute biblical proof that the Nation of Israel confronted a giant
race in the land of Canaan. Descriptions of encounters with other giants and giant tribes or groups are found in the Bible as well.
This being true, is not logical to assume that there may have been other giant clans in other parts of the world gathered together to protect themselves from other humans, or more likely, from other giant tribes? Could this be the reason why large groupings of giant bones are found together in caves and burial grounds all over the world?
Consider the ones found only in Ohio, just in 19th Century: Conneaut 1800, Chesterville 1829, Vermillion 1858, Brush Creek Township 1870,
Seneca Township 1872, Ashtabula County 1878, Zanesville 1880, Medina County 1881, Marion County 1883, Brown County 1883, Toledo
1888 and 1895, Proctorville 1892, Jackson 1897, and the Lake Erie Islands 1898.