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maymon
Monday, November 10th, 2008, 09:32 PM
Hi.

I have hard to distinguish between Baltoid and other types like Alpinoid and Borreby ... how is Baltoid described? Lepto- meso- or euryoprosopic? Dolicho- meso- or brachyocephalic? High forehead? Nose? Chins etc...

Basically what should one look for when looking for "baltoid features"? How is the baltoid different from CM types and Alpinoids?

Stupid questions I know but I´m interested in knowing. :)

theTasmanian
Tuesday, November 11th, 2008, 05:37 AM
I would not mind knowing more myself....as i find it hard to differentiate between a Borreby Baltid and a Borreby Scott's man

NorthWestEuropean
Tuesday, September 8th, 2009, 04:18 PM
I bump up this thread a little. Baltid is a more "soft" version of Borreby (Borreby looks more masculine, since it basically is a brachycephalic version of Dalo-Faelid), and it also has a shorter face.

Many who posts pictures of Baltids / East Baltids usually posts the very most Eastern-looking ones. But Baltids doesn't necessarily need to be Eastern-looking, and can instead be "neutral" (like myself ;) ).

Here is a British pred. Baltid in my opinion:

http://totalclubfootball.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/abigail-clancy6.jpg
http://www.groovy-layouts.com/Images/Female_Celebrities/thumbs/Abigail_Clancy.jpg
http://izismile.com/img/img2/20090123/bonus/1/abigail_clancy_05.jpg
http://totalfootballmadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/abbey-clancy3.jpg

Rassenhygieniker
Thursday, September 10th, 2009, 10:07 PM
Here is a British pred. Baltid in my opinion:

http://totalclubfootball.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/abigail-clancy6.jpg

Dead wrong not anywhere near it, read some descriptions of the Baltid rasse.

It is clearly stated that the Balts are “very ugly in terms of western ideals”.

NorthWestEuropean
Tuesday, October 6th, 2009, 01:04 AM
Dead wrong not anywhere near it, read some descriptions of the Baltid rasse.

It is clearly stated that the Balts are “very ugly in terms of western ideals”.

http://www.theapricity.com/snpa/rg-baltid.htm


Baltids vary in stature, but are generally relatively tall, and moderately pyknomorphic in build. The head is moderately brachycephalic and rounded, with few visible cranial transitions. The forehead is high and broad, and only moderately curved, and the browridges tend towards heaviness in a typically Cro-Magnoid fashion. The face is moderately high, and the facial index is mesoprosopic, verging on eury- rather than leptoprosopy. The bizygomatic diameter is only moderately large, but large enough to render the impression, in concurrence with the great width and angularity of the jaw, of a characteristic facial squareness or rectangularity, a feature reminiscent of the Borreby type (there is a notable phenotypical overlap between these types). Oval or elliptical faces are, however, the most commonplace.

The nose is moderately leptorrhine, and the root is moderately high to high, and of medium width. The nasal profile is usually straight, with a strong tendency towards concavity. The tip of the nose is typically well-rounded and slightly bulbous, and usually horizontally inclined. The alae are usually thin and highly placed, and of medium lateral extension. The lips are medium to thin, with little or no eversion. The teeth are large, the bite is frequently edge to edge, and orthognathy is almost universal. The eye-slits are medium to wide, and external eye-folds are rather common.

Baltids are on the whole rather light-pigmented. The hair, which is straight in form, ranges in color from ash-blond to dark brown. Light eyes are quite common, but dark-mixed varieties prevail.

She seems brachycephalic, has a concave nose and is too soft for being Borreby. What is a softer version of Borreby now again? As far as I know, it's called Baltid. Other people has classified her as Baltid too.

And thanks for the comment about my looks.