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    RED HAIR (Not Blonde) Orginated from the British Isles

    Britain 'too me' was a Blonde genetic country so I thought to believe! source states otherwise. I had been told by now-it-all's that Germans are the red heads of the Germanic race' but Red hair is a British trait.

    News too me! Well I may have Swedish blood after all
    The most visible British genetic marker is red hair, he added. The writer Tacitus noted the Romans' surprise at how common it was when they arrived 2,000 years ago.

    "It's something that foreign observers have often commented on," Miles said. "Recent studies have shown that there is more red hair in Scotland and Wales than anywhere else in the world. It's a mutation that probably occurred between 8,000 and 10,000 years ago."
    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...itishgene.html

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    For the English, their defining period was the arrival of Germanic tribes known collectively as the Anglo-Saxons. Some researchers suggest this invasion consisted of as few as 10,000 to 25,000 people—not enough to displace existing inhabitants.
    If this is true, which it may or may not be, than it merits the question of whether the English really can be called a Germanic people.

    Red hair is more associated with UP types so it would basically go along with the theory of them being the original inhabitants of the Isles as proposed by Coon etc.

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    People use to forget it that the Nordid's golden blond hair has got red pigment. The ashblond and platinum haired are the Dalo-Faelids (I red somewhere that the blond hair is clear Cromagnid traits: all the Cromagnids were blond, the others just mixed — however it is just a more theory too.). The rufousity is typical of the original Slavs and some Finno-Ugrian tribe in Russia, thus very questionable the theory that the red hair is origin from the British Isles.

    Red haired Udmurts, Ural, Russia:



    Quote Originally Posted by NObserver View Post
    If this is true, which it may or may not be, than it merits the question of whether the English really can be called a Germanic people.
    In this way just the textbook Hallstatt- and Göta Nordids would be "true" Germanics...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfaz View Post
    In this way just the textbook Hallstatt- and Göta Nordids would be "true" Germanics...


    What are you trying to say with this? What do Hallstatts have to do with the Anglo-Saxons or the ancestry of the English?

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    I have not seen many German people with red hair to be honest.

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    Quote-If this is true, which it may or may not be, than it merits the question of whether the English really can be called a Germanic people. End quote.

    Why? Red is Germanic. Is it not?

    I wanted too know that all blondes born in England may have European ancestry/blood. Red hair originated from the British Isles Britain and blonde from Europe??

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    Quote Originally Posted by heidixx View Post
    I wanted too know that all blondes born in England may have European ancestry/blood.
    I would say that the chances are big, seeing as the British Isles are part of Europe, and the people are of European origin (whether they be Celt or Germanic)
    Please don't confuse the terms "nordid" and "nordic".

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    Quote Originally Posted by heidixx View Post
    Quote-If this is true, which it may or may not be, than it merits the question of whether the English really can be called a Germanic people. End quote.

    Why? Red is Germanic. Is it not?

    I wanted too know that all blondes born in England may have European ancestry/blood. Red hair originated from the British Isles Britain and blonde from Europe??
    I wasn't talking about red hair, only about A-S influence in the first paragraph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NObserver View Post
    What are you trying to say with this? What do Hallstatts have to do with the Anglo-Saxons or the ancestry of the English?
    The Hallstatt Nordid (the original "classic" Nordid type) is an element of the Anglo-Saxon type (what is strongly Cromagnid influenced) what was/is common among East-England and probably it came with the Anglo-Saxons (and/or the Vikings) to Britain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfaz View Post
    The Hallstatt Nordid (the original "classic" Nordid type) is an element of the Anglo-Saxon type (what is strongly Cromagnid influenced) what was/is common among East-England and probably it came with the Anglo-Saxons (and/or the Vikings) to Britain.
    There is no such thing as an Anglo Saxon type. The Anglo Saxons were Borreby, Nordic, etc just like the present Frisians.

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