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Thread: Why is There No Medicism, Slavicism, Celticism and the Like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhobot View Post
    There is a little bit of admixture (e.g. 7.5% of Sicilian male lineages originated in the Maghreb) but it gets blown way out of proportion.
    NO, it's not blown way out of proportion. In the South there are actually many people who look very much like middle easterners. A semitic/arabic look is common there and the admixture is very visible in the South of Italy, for example, and in Spain.

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    It could come from a common shared ancestor and not recent mixture. We all evolved out of common ancestral groups and diverged.

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    It doesn't matter, south Europeans tend to both look and act as their southern neighbours. Maybe northern Italians are different, I'm not sure how different they are to southern Italians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Méldmir View Post
    It doesn't matter, south Europeans tend to both look and act as their southern neighbours. Maybe northern Italians are different, I'm not sure how different they are to southern Italians.
    N and S Italians are somewhat different- not night and day, but there are big differences in economy, food, general way of life, and slight differences in average looks.
    I would say S Euros (Greeks, southern Italians and southern Spaniards) are intermediate in appearance, culture/behavior etc. between northern/central Europeans and Near Easterners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freja_se View Post
    NO, it's not blown way out of proportion. In the South there are actually many people who look very much like middle easterners. A semitic/arabic look is common there and the admixture is very visible in the South of Italy, for example, and in Spain.
    Correct, as I have tried to demonstrate before, this guy is actually an Italian:




    Doesn't look anything close to your stereotypical European, now does he?

    But yet could pass up for a local in the middle east like a charm.

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    Yes, there are Italians who look surprisingly Semitic. It is not at all uncommon. I'm not saying they are Semitic, since I'm not an expert on this at all, but their facial traits sometimes remind me of Middle Easterners.

    There are many who don't look like that, though. Generally speaking it becomes more common as you go down South, and the skin tone also deepens and lighter hair and lighter eyes become more rare. This is only natural since the strong sun demands that the skin creates more pigment as protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bärin View Post
    But that doesn't happen. Most internet Slavs and Meds are pan-Europeans, who always complain why Germanics want to segregate, why they're not liked in our ranks, why we don't consider mixing fine, and the sort.
    Why isn't the feeling of ethnocentrism so strong in other Europeans as in Germanics, could someone explain?
    All creatures want their genes, their culture and their lives to have the best chances. For Germanics, (although the feeling may not be echoed) the Slavic or Mediterranean worlds are not on that horizon.

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