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    Classify Joel McHale

    very typical Irishman in my opinion.







    My guess would be Halsatt Nordid and Bruenn, due to his tall stature, light complexion and strong chin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forest King View Post

    My guess would be Halsatt Nordid and Bruenn, due to his tall stature, light complexion and strong chin.

    I had predicted the same thing, my first impression was that his appearance definitely screams Bruenn. Most of these characteristics are apparent in the 1st photo, for example the moderately broad nose, deeply drawn lineage from nose to chin (common in Brünns) , defined forehead, chin and malars, orthagonous profile (4th photo), very tall stature all fit the Brünn type quite well. In the 4th photo, you can see that the nose is upturned, which is also a frequent occurence in Brünns.

    Looking at the 4th photo, I would estimate the head form to be high mesocephalic, to almost brachiocephalic, which would be at the high end of the Brünn cephalic index range. If the head index were any shorter, it would indicate the possibility of a borreby strain. However, Irish Brünns usually fall at the higher end of this range (source: The Nordish Gallery at http://www.theapricity.com/snpa/rg-main.htm), which also would be in accordance with your comment that he looks like a "very typical Irishman".


    So I certainly would have to agree with your initial observation that he is predominately Brünn . However, I didn't see the Halstatt Nordid though, especially given the broadened nasal structure, visible gonial angles (impression in 1st and 2nd pictures) and heavier bone structure . He does have a few traits that work for Halstatt (i.e tall stature, distance from teeth to chin), but these also can occur in the Brünn type, so my guess is that they're attributed to that aspect of the classification result.

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