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    Are High Cheekbones non-Germanic?

    As far as I know I am of complete German decent, but I have high cheekbones. Does this mean that I am not as Germanic as I thought, or is it possible for a Germanic person to have high cheekbones? Thanks..

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    actually, having somewhat high cheekbones is actually germanic, IMO.

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    It really depends on what you mean, because strong cheekbones can be a Cromagnoid traits and thats an integral part of the Germanic people, but if you mean forward put cheekbones, it could point to a Mongoloid/Lappoid influence.

    Here for comparison profile shots of Lapps, the 2st with Europid formed cheekbones, the 1st with Mongoloid, forward put ones:

    Mongoloid/Mongoliform frontal cheekbones in a male:


    Clearly Europid "backward-close-fitting" cheekbones in a male for comparison:


    Even though the face of this individual was broad and the cheekbones as or even more robust, so this has to been seen independently and being no old Cromagnoid trait, because the latter has Cromagnoid proportions in an even more classic form.

    More examples for Europid vs. Mongoliform morphologies in Sami people:
    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=131182
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