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91<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">eronomy 3:11, and later in the book of Numbers and Joshua, Og is called the last of the Rephaim. Rephaim is a Hebrew word for giants. Deuteronomy 3:11 declares that his &quot;bedstead&quot; (translated in some texts as &quot;sarcophagus&quot;) of iron is &quot;nine cubits in length and four cubits in width&quot;, which is 13.5 by 6 feet (4.1 by 1.8 m) according to the standard cubit of a man. It goes on to say that at the royal city of Rabbah of the Ammonites, his giant bedstead could still be seen as a novelty at the time the narrative was written. If the giant king&#39;s bedstead was built in proportion to his size as most beds are, he may have been between 9 and 13 feet (2.7 and 4.0 m) in height. However, later Rabbinic tradition has it, that the length of his bedstead was measured with the cubits of Og himself. Michael S. Heiser argues that the reference to Og&#39;s bed is a link to the sacred marriage bed of Marduk, and so the dimension
92 s are not a reliable indicator of Og&#39;s size. It is noteworthy that the region north of the river Jabbok, or Bashan, &quot;the land of Rephaim&quot;, contains hundreds of megalithic stone tombs (dolmen) dating from the 5th to 3rd millennia BC. In 1918, Gustav Dalman discovered in the neighborhood of Amman, Jordan (Amman is built on the ancient city of Rabbah of Ammon) a noteworthy dolmen which matched the approximate dimensions of Og&#39;s bed as described in the Bible. Such ancient rock burials are seldom seen west of the Jordan river, and the only other concentration of these megaliths are to be found in the hills of Judah in the vicinity of Hebron, where the giant sons of Anak were said to have lived (Numbers 13:33). Og in non-Biblical inscriptions Illustration of Pantagruel for the Fourth Book in the Pantagruel and Gargantua series by Fran&ccedil;ois Rabelais published in &OElig;uvres de Rabelais (Paris: Garnier Freres, 1873), vol. 2, Book IV, ch. XXVII, opposite page 87, Gus
93 tave Dor&eacute;, 1873 A reference to &quot;Og&quot; appears in a Phoenician inscription from Byblos (Byblos 13) published in 1974 by Wolfgang R&ouml;lling in &quot;Eine neue phoenizische Inschrift aus Byblos,&quot; (Neue Ephemeris f&uuml;r Semitische Epigraphik, vol 2, 1-15 and plate 1). It appears in a damaged 7-line funerary inscription that R&ouml;lling dates to around 500 BC, and appea</span></center>