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Mannerheim
Saturday, October 7th, 2006, 06:26 PM
Giovanni Ribisi

I know that there were classification thread about Giovanni Ribisi and that he was generally classified something like mediterranid + baltid and what i consider beeing nonsense.

To me, he looks just plain baltid.Great textbook example of baltid.He should be on snpa.


http://www.celebritypicturesarchive.com/pictures/g/giovanni-ribisi/giovanni-ribisi-010.jpg
http://www.film-base.de/images/people/Giovanni-Ribisi.jpghttp://gfx.filmweb.pl/p/4353/po.45188.jpg

http://entertainmentworld.us/EW1/articlefiles/7170-Giovanni-Ribisi.jpghttp://images.starpulse.com/Photos/pv/Giovanni%20Ribisi-2.jpg


http://www.melofanas.lt/katalogas/images/goods/38885_Giovanni_Ribisi.jpghttp://forums.skadi.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=81711&d=1160241971

Ragnar Thorsson
Thursday, October 19th, 2006, 10:12 AM
Baltids have more soft features, and his features are rather sharp. imo.

Agrippa
Thursday, October 19th, 2006, 09:10 PM
He might be a part-reduced Borreby/Westbaltid with Nordid admixture probably me thinks. He has some similarities to Baltids thats for sure, but I wouldnt call him typically Baltid. Whats his exact background?

Mannerheim
Monday, October 23rd, 2006, 08:06 PM
He might be a part-reduced Borreby/Westbaltid with Nordid admixture probably me thinks. He has some similarities to Baltids thats for sure, but I wouldnt call him typically Baltid. Whats his exact background?


His mother is called Gay Landrum and that i think points to british ancestry ? (at least somewhat) and his father is italian american Albert Ribisi.So i guess hes half italian and half british.So surely he could simply be just Cromagnoid (partly even eastern CM) with slight nordid influence.