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    Classify Individual

    I honestly do not get to classify this individual

    I would palce him into a
    dianrid/robust mediterranid or keltic Nordic spectrum but not sure...
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    Celtic alpine primarily. The Celts were originally Alpine and the oldest Celtic settlment was actually in the alpine mountains. Descriptions of Celts basically mirror a variant of a dark haired alpine European. This guy has that small lower face and that potruding nose common in the west Celtic alpines. You see it in certain French people a lot, maybe English, lessly Irish or something.

    When we think of "Celts" in modern times we think of Scotland and Ireland and we have this concept of "Nordic Celt". This is because they have done genetic tests and found about 25% of the blood of Ireland is Viking (Germanic). Probably about the same in Scotland. They also have a lot of Brunn/indegenous British influence.

    People often don't realize that modern French is basically a blend of Celt and Latin and that modern French people have significant Celtic ancestry which tends to cluster around alpine characteristics (though mixed with latin med, and some Germanic elements). I think in a lot of cases French people look more "celtic" than an Irishman though there is a lot of overlap. Even among Italians and such the more white looking ones often are very close to the alpine/celtic look. I would not judge it as Nordic though it is hard to be accurate because of his age. We would have to see a younger photo to be more accurate.

    This guy has a lot of Celtic. Looks like some minor Brunn influence judging by the top of his head which is thick and round rather than the sloping Celt look.
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    He looks Keltic Nordid I believe
    I don´t think at all he is mainly Alpinid, alpinids have much rounder skulls, shorter faces and shorter noses. He looks very mostly Aurignacoid.

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