Archaeologists Found A Strange Tomb Belonging To A Giant Warrior, Horses And a Witch in Germany

An extraordinary find was uncovered outside a cemetery in Theiben, a tiny hamlet in Germany. Two bodies were discovered next to one other, one of which belonged to a giant and the other to a young woman suspected of being a witch.

These all date back to the Merovingian era, which spanned from the fifth to the ninth century, and might very well be proof of Giants and witches existing in ancient times, according to researchers.

Let us begin by talking about the Giant. He was 7 feet tall, which may not seem like much at the time, but most people were approximately 4 feet tall at the time, so he’d be towering over everyone.

A sword was recovered beside his body, indicating that he was a warrior and most likely the tribe’s leader. He was plainly either defending or ensuring that the lady next to him did not flee.

She, on the other hand, was bound and had an iron rod hammered into her chest, indicating that she was suspected of being a witch at the time. She was 18 years old at the time of her death, and she was buried face down.

The remains of three horses were also uncovered by the entryway, which was a customary practice among ancient cultures. They would slaughter the horses so that the souls of the deceased may ride them into the afterlife.


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