Archeologists uncovered the bones while unearthing the old Roman city of Odessus in the Bulgarian city of Varna.
Goliath is thought to be more than nine feet tall and to have passed on protecting his palace in the late fourth century.
Head excavator “Valeri Yotov” says the finding has left scientists bewildered.
“The measure of the bones are gigantic and extremely noteworthy. It’s reasonable this was a gigantic man,” he said.
“We think he may have been murdered possibly while safeguarding the divider as his remaining parts were found close by the divider.
“In the event that he was not a guard then he may have been included in building the divider.”