The eastern Rephaim World Order, post-Babel, encompassed the giant Shinar/Sumer kings in the land of Nimrod, where the biblical king began to be a mighty one. Abraham left Ur, the land of Aryan giants and Nimrodian royal bloodlines, to settle in the land of Rephaim kings and Canaanite hybrids of the western order.
Nimrod remained in Sumer, the land of the “people of the east” that included the Kadmonim, Kenim, Kenizzim, Elamites, and Aryans. Nimrod intermarried with the giants of Elam to produce his dynasty of Shamau-like kings and bloodlines that in turn produced the beast kings and empires of Assyria, Babylon, and the Medes/Persia, and the Ur III dynasty of Uruk. Nimrod established his post-Babel empire in cities like Erech/Uruk, Accad, and Calneh from which Asshur, patriarch of the Assyrians, later built Nineveh, the Assyrian royal city. Shinar was the land between two rivers (Euphrates and Tigris) where Erech/Uruk was located (Gen 10:1). Uruk was Gilgamesh’s city.
A relationship existed between Rephaim kings from Egypt, Greece, Canaan, and Mesopotamia. Knowing this makes sense that the Ugarit civilization maintained a version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, the hero king of Uruk. Gilgamesh and Utnapishtim were two-thirds god and one-third human. Gilgamesh was eleven cubits tall and four cubits wide: 19¼’ tall and 7’ wide using a royal cubit, and thus at least four feet taller than Og and one or two feet wider.
The founder of the Ur III dynasty, King Ur-Nammu (2113–2095 BC), and his successor son Shulgi (2095–2048) were bestowed with the hero title of “Lugal” (large man) and were kings of Ur city. Each claimed, in their royal mythos, genealogies from Uruk as brothers/family of Gilgamesh. Ur was the sister city to Uruk. As such, Ur-Nammu and Shulgi were giants. Shulgi was “the mighty man, King of Ur.”