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    Trönder: Where Are They Most Common?

    Western Norway is what they generally say, but is it true?

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    What about the middle of Norway, the place is called Trøndelag (The law of the Trønders). East-Trøndelag was stolen by swedes.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Øst-Trøndelag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersir View Post
    What about the middle of Norway, the place is called Trøndelag (The law of the Trønders). East-Trøndelag was stolen by swedes.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Øst-Trøndelag
    I have no idea. Everything I have heard is that western Norway is where you can find most Trønders, while the eastern parts is more Götatyp/Hallstatt. The southwest of Norway is supposed to be more Borreby, Dalo-Falid etc along with the other southern parts of Scandinavia (Denmark and southern Sweden).

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthWestEuropean View Post
    I have no idea. Everything I have heard is that western Norway is where you can find most Trønders, while the eastern parts is more Götatyp/Hallstatt. The southwest of Norway is supposed to be more Borreby, Dalo-Falid etc along with the other southern parts of Scandinavia (Denmark and southern Sweden).
    maybe, the west part has always been more isolated. But there was some spanish and portuguese influence early there, alot of people from the west of Norway, like Møre, has some dark traits.

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    I think there are tronders in iceland & northeastern england too.

    What about tydal type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersir View Post
    maybe, the west part has always been more isolated. But there was some spanish and portuguese influence early there, alot of people from the west of Norway, like Møre, has some dark traits.
    Yes, I have heard that too. There has been some theories about it's origins being from that Norwegian women around the coast mated with Spanish and Italian sailors. But I don't know if that is to be taken too seriously...

    Otherwise, I believe that there are many Alpinids in western Norway, which probably would explain where the "dark elements" originates from.

    Which types are most common to see if you walk in Bergen (which would belong to the west if I'm not too dumb) in general?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oski View Post
    I think there are tronders in iceland & northeastern england too.

    What about tydal type?
    I don't know about Iceland, but the English part is probably true. I think Trönders in general are quite rare.

    About the Tydal type, Lundman considered it to be most common in Dalarna, Sweden. He also considered it to be the oldest of all the types in Sweden if I remember correctly. But Dalarna has always been the favourite of anthropologists, I've noticed. Some anthropologists claims that Dalarna is very Nordid, others claims it's were Tydals are most common, some claim that it's where East Baltids are most commons and some claims that Faelids are common there. I personally believe that Nordids and Faelids are most common there, since I often see very Nordic-looking people when visiting there.

    I have been classified as Tydal (and Brünn) myself, but my head is too short (and I have blue eyes).

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