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    Welcome to gallery of Belarusian (Krivian) anthropological types
    www.gegaruch.org/rase_eng.html

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    Post Re: Belarusians (Krivian) anthropology

    Quote Originally Posted by Laimutis
    Welcome to gallery of Belarusian (Krivian) anthropological types
    www.gegaruch.org/rase_eng.html
    Very interesting pictures but there is not whole truth and not every type is represented. Just my 2 cents. You should be also aware of huge genetic differences between Belorussians and Baltic people (and Fino-Ugric too).
    Y-Chromosomal Genetic Barrier on South Lithuanian border is one of the most important in Europe. Of course it doesn’t mean that there are huge anthropological differences but rather that the origins of both populations are different.
    Y-Chromosomal Diversity in Europe Is Clinal and Influenced Primarily by Geography, Rather than by Language
    http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/AJH...2082.text.html
    Location of Y-Chromosomal Genetic Barriers within Europe

    http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/AJH...2082/fg6.h.jpg

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    Post Re: Belarusians (Krivian) anthropology

    While I'm not very well-versed in the physical types found in Belarus (from first-hand experience, meaning--I know what I've read but I withhold firm opinions until I see things myself) and the Baltic, I can say that this seems to be a very well done website. Nice job.

    I particularly enjoyed the female series'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norda
    Y-Chromosomal Genetic Barrier on South Lithuanian border is one of the most important in Europe. Of course it doesn’t mean that there are huge anthropological differences but rather that the origins of both populations are different.
    Your border is suspicially reminds the state borders between Lithuania and Belarus.
    There is no in paper you mentioned any Belarusian data. In fact, to make such conclusions as yours we should compare representative samples of Lithuania and Belarus. Now it is obviously there is no enough data on Belarusian populational genetics.

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    Post Re: Belarusians (Krivian) anthropology

    Quote Originally Posted by Laimutis
    Your border is suspicially reminds the state borders between Lithuania and Belarus.
    There is no in paper you mentioned any Belarusian data. In fact, to make such conclusions as yours we should compare representative samples of Lithuania and Belarus. Now it is obviously there is no enough data on Belarusian populational genetics.
    Well, this is professional study and that map or "border" is not my
    I think you should read mentioned source a little more carefully, there are tables with detailed data (also on Lithuanians and Belarusians)

    and interesting maps as well.
    I would also suggest to search rich genetic section
    http://www.forums.skadi.net/forumdisplay.php?f=88
    where you can find some interesting sources regarding this topic.

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