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85,954.  The shortest mature human of whom there is independent evidence was Gul Mohammed: On July 1990 he was examined at Ram Manohar Hospital New Delhi India and found to measure a height of 57 cm (22.5 in).  Guinness World Records 2005 (50th edition)

 

 

4,200.  Far, far below the deepest delvings of the dwarfs, the world is gnawed by nameless things.  (World & Dwarf)  J R R Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
 

 

70,865.  The dwarves of yore made mighty spells,

While hammers fell like ringing bells

In places deep, where dark things sleep,

In hollow halls beneath the fells.  J R R Tolkien, The Hobbit

 

 

10,066.  Egypt: hundreds of deposits ... Very good at extracting that gold ... All four goldsmiths are dwarfs.  (Art & Gold & Egypt & Dwarf)  Dr James Fox, A History of Art in Three Colours: Gold I   

 

 

57,931.  Dwarfs were held in high esteem by the pharaohs.  (Egypt & Empire: Roman & Dwarfs)  When Rome Ruled Egypt 

 

 

61,989.  The dwarf sees farther than the giant, when he has the giant's shoulders to stand on.  (Giant & Dwarf)  Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1772-1834, The Friend 1818

 

 

76,002.  Things are looking up in ‘Village of Dwarves’: China – Scientists from the Chinese Academy of Science recently visited the town of Huilong in the Province of Sichuan, about fifty kilometres from the capital city of Chengdu.  Huilong has long been referred to as ‘the Village of the Dwarves’ because up to sixty residents are only one metre tall.  News report

 

 

70,856.  The craze began in mid-nineteenth century America with the emergence of the first showbiz star to go truly global – General Tom Thumb.  He was just twenty-five inches tall.  (Dwarfism & Circus)  The Real Tom Thumb: History's Smallest Superstar, BBC 2014

 

70,857.  The intelligentsia were horrified. (Dwarfism & Circus)  ibid.

 

70,858.  Barnum could smell money.  In 1842 that money was in New York.  (Dwarfism & Circus)  ibid.

 

70,859.  He could have retired aged nine.  (Dwarfism & Circus)  ibid.

 

70,860.  Barnum and Stratton were partners and friends for forty years.  Two gentlemen of the old school.  (Dwarfism & Circus)  ibid.

 

 

70,862.  For as long as I can remember I’ve always been on the outside looking in ... How could I be cast in something like that? ... If I’m going to make my dream come true, I’m going to have to do it myself.  Modern Times: Warwick Davis' Big Night, BBC 2015

 

70,863.  The Reduced Height Theatre company: So I could put on classic plays cast entirely with short actors on a reduced height set.  ibid.

 

 

70,864.  Then I am not a dwarf.  My father will rejoice to hear it.  George R R Martin, A Game of Thrones

 

 

72,487.  All dwarfs are bastards in their father’s eyes.  (Fantasy & Dwarf & Bastard)  Game of Thrones s1e1: Winter is Coming, starring Sean Bean & Mark Addy & Nikolai Coster Waldau & Michelle Fairley & Lena Headey & Emilia Clarke & Iain Glen & Harry Lloyd et al, director Tim van Patten, dwarf

 

 

75,999.  This case holds what some say are the most precious bones in the world.  Unearthed just recently they belong to a strange kind of human scientists have called the Hobbit.  At one metre tall she is one of the tiniest humans in history.  Horizon: The Mystery of the Human Hobbit, 2005

 

76,000.  Six hundred miles east of Java in the Indian Archipelago lies an island that time forgot ... The island of Flores ... In a cave deep in the jungle they unearthed some human remains.  The body was only a metre long.  It looked like a three-year-old girl ... Results showed she was eighteen thousand years old.  ibid.

 

76,001.  So how could the hobbit’s brain be so small?  A clue would come from one of the oldest anatomical collections in the world.  Human biologist Ann MacLarnon believes the hobbit had a disease ... Microcephaly.  The microcephalic brain was the same size as the hobbit brain.  It was a huge breakthrough for the hobbit sceptics.  ibid.

 

113,476.  Thousands of years ago Flores was home to a new species … ‘We had a population extending through time.’  ibid.  

 

 

89,821.  I think that the problem may have been that there was a Stonehenge monument on stage that was in danger of being crushed by a dwarf.  (Stonehenge & Dwarfism)  This is Spinal Tap 1984 song lyrics, blond guitarist

 

 

105,946.  There are nearly 200 types of dwarfism, and the smallest most proportionate dwarfs are called primordials.  (Dwarf & Little)  The Smallest People in the World, Channel 4 2007

 

105,947.  ‘If she got pregnant, it would probably kill her.’  (Dwarf & Little)  ibid.  mother

 

105,948.  Primordial dwarfs are so rare that most doctors have never seen one in their lifetime.  (Dwarf & Little)  ibid.

 

105,950.  Primordial dwarfs are characterized by severely restricted growth, proportionate limbs and high-pitched squeaky voices; most die by the time they are thirty.  (Dwarf & Little)  ibid.

 

 

120,543.  Dwarfs in Art … Dwarfs have also the stuff of folklore, fairytales and myths for thousands of years … We can’t help but be conditioned by the images of dwarfs we have absorbed through centuries of representation in art and culture.  Dwarfs in Art: A New Perspective, BBC 2018

 

120,544.  We represent dwarfs to disguise faults in ourselves.  ibid.

 

120,545.  From the 1500s Dwarfs were collected by royalty.  ibid.

 

120,546.  Dwarfs are pictured with dogs and monkeys in dozens of paintings.  ibid.

 

120,546.  Dwarfs were viewed as deviants and feaks.  ibid.