British - A pre-Celtic giant. He is represented by a figure cut in the chalk of the South Downs, the site of fertility rites. Some say that he turned into a hill when a nymph, Granta, rejected his love. In some accounts, he is identified with Cormoran and Gourmaillon. He appears in Spenser's Faerie Queene as Goemot. Identified as Gogmagog, Goemagot, Goemagot, Goemot, Goemot, Gog and Magog, Gog and Magog, Magog, Gourmaillon, Gourmaillon or Cormoran.

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