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    Hallstatt Nordics in England

    Which English counties would have the highest proportions of Hallstatt Nordics in their local populations.

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    Hallstatt Nordics can be found anywhere in England and Britain I'm sure. But from what I have read, I think they are most common in the east of England. Can anyone verify that?

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    I can't verify that... However, thinking logically, scandinavians came from (mainly) Norway and settled predominantly in the north east part of present day England. Which is why the English are usually more "germanic" than the other U.K. populations... Although the scottish and irish do have a small admix of nordic blood in their populations as well.

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    Consequently, one would assume then that the areas where Viking blood was strongest, and not the regions where Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and Celts where most representitive, are the places of highest Hallstatt Nordic influence. Thus, we can begin by looking at the area of England formally known as the Danelaw. Unfortunately, this was a very large piece of territory, so it doesn't narrow down the original question I asked, and that was which County in England has the highest proportion of Hallstatt Nordics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdm View Post
    Consequently, one would assume then that the areas where Viking blood was strongest, and not the regions where Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and Celts where most representitive, are the places of highest Hallstatt Nordic influence. Thus, we can begin by looking at the area of England formally known as the Danelaw. Unfortunately, this was a very large piece of territory, so it doesn't narrow down the original question I asked, and that was which County in England has the highest proportion of Hallstatt Nordics.
    You asked which counties, not which county. Two people speculated that the East of England would have more Nordics than other areas. I can't see the point of such unspecific questions. People try to help then you challenge the answer.

    As well as the East to West and coastal-interior distinction, English who racially resemble Southern Scandinavians are more common in the middle and upper classes.

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    The British Isles are more Nordid in race in the eastern regions. This is to be expected from the history of settlement of these lands. In parts of the counties of York and Lincoln and in the lowlands of Scotland, the population is just as pronouncedly Nordid in race as in Sweden or Friesland. The poorer parts of Scotland and almost all Ireland become always more North-Atlantid in race toward the west. There are also local survivals of the Palaeo-Atlantid proto-stock. We find Mediterranean strains in the south of Wales, in some heath-regions of southwestern England, and in a few bogregions in the interior of Ireland. In earlier times marsh regions were more extensive in these parts of Ireland. Nowadays a higher frequency of blood type gene q is found in these areas of Ireland, which may perhaps be correlated with the Mediterranean racial strain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneEnglishNorman View Post
    You asked which counties, not which county. Two people speculated that the East of England would have more Nordics than other areas. I can't see the point of such unspecific questions. People try to help then you challenge the answer.

    As well as the East to West and coastal-interior distinction, English who racially resemble Southern Scandinavians are more common in the middle and upper classes.

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    Sorry Dude. It's just sometimes I get frustrated with this website and society in these PC days because nobody everwant's to give you a specific black & white answer on anything. Every time somebody does reply with something it's loaded with caveats and "cover your ass" type grey language. Jeesh, you'd think this site was run by a bunch of lawyers! Hey, but that quote from Lundman is just the type of specific answer I am looing for. Which text is it from?:o:eyes:

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    Halstatts are rather rare in the British Isles are but most of them are of Germanic inspiration ranging from Anglo Saxon and Danish inspirations in East England. There are Halstatts in Scotland and Ireland as well due to most likely to the Norwegian Norse who entered into those areas. Last time I checked though the percentage of Halstatts in the British Isle was lower than 3% on average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdm View Post
    Which English counties would have the highest proportions of Hallstatt Nordics in their local populations.
    Oh well, I can't go by counties but I can tell you by region which regions of England has the highest frequency of Hallstatt Nordids!

    - East Midlands
    - East of England
    - South-East

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    Hallstatt Nordid could ship to Britain with the Angles, Saxons, Jütes and Norsemen, because in the 1st–2nd century BC, the Ancient Germanics went to North, to Jütland and Scandinavia and they carried on the Hallstatt type there what has becomen the Norwegian-Swedish Göta Nordid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfaz View Post
    Hallstatt Nordid could ship to Britain with the Angles, Saxons, Jütes and Norsemen, because in the 1st–2nd century BC, the Ancient Germanics went to North, to Jütland and Scandinavia and they carried on the Hallstatt type there what has becomen the Norwegian-Swedish Göta Nordid.
    Ironically the Anglo-Saxons were mostly Riehengraber stock as is typical for Migration Age W Germanics. The N and E Germanics were more clearly Nordid on average.

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