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    The English and British gene pools are totally devoid of any 'Roman' DNA. That said the vast majority of so-called 'Roman' soldiers were actually Germanic auxiliary units anyway.

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    For me british people are a fine mix between basque-like genetics (or higly neolithic) and germanic. They tend to look like gracile germanic. With smaller noses, bigger eyes, slender jaw lines and a more general sligth faces. Continental germanic tend to have bigger supraorbital arch and a more masculine facial features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volk und Rasse View Post
    For me british people are a fine mix between basque-like genetics (or higly neolithic) and germanic. They tend to look like gracile germanic. With smaller noses, bigger eyes, slender jaw lines and a more general sligth faces. Continental germanic tend to have bigger supraorbital arch and a more masculine facial features.
    British people includes Welsh, Scottish, English and so on. Do you mean British people or just English?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire spirit View Post
    British people includes Welsh, Scottish, English and so on. Do you mean British people or just English?
    British in general but anyone from the east coast is a better example of this gracile germanic phenotype thanks to the mix with ancient neolithic elements of the island. But it's subtle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volk und Rasse View Post
    For me british people are a fine mix between basque-like genetics (or higly neolithic) and germanic. They tend to look like gracile germanic. With smaller noses, bigger eyes, slender jaw lines and a more general sligth faces. Continental germanic tend to have bigger supraorbital arch and a more masculine facial features.
    There is no such thing as a 'British' person. Are you referring to the Welsh?

    See my thread: https://forums.skadi.net/threads/184...United-Kingdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wuotans Krieger View Post
    There is no such thing as a 'British' person. Are you referring to the Welsh?

    See my thread: https://forums.skadi.net/threads/184...United-Kingdom
    I'm not trying to offense you. I was just talking on a genetic composition scale about british
    "British" is one of the most quintessential european genetic unit because of the insular isolation.










    And those pockets from the east coast of Great Britain are the most germanic both on a genetic and cultural level, and they show a beautiful subtle mix with ancient elements of basque-like populations.

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    Volk and Rasse have you been to the British Isles?
    If so where did you stay?
    Well if you haven't there are tons of places to go and see.

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    Winding rocks in Scotland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire spirit View Post
    Volk and Rasse have you been to the British Isles?
    If so where did you stay?
    Well if you haven't there are tons of places to go and see.

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    Winding rocks in Scotland
    Yes, mainly in Cornwall, Wales and Ireland. Although, I have never been to Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgja View Post
    For me british people are a fine mix between basque-like genetics (or higly neolithic) and germanic. They tend to look like gracile germanic. With smaller noses, bigger eyes, slender jaw lines and a more general sligth faces. Continental germanic tend to have bigger supraorbital arch and a more masculine facial features.
    Who are you referring to, the fake Euro-international celebrities in the media, or the common English? Maybe you think David Beckham is English? LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgja View Post
    British in general but anyone from the east coast is a better example of this gracile germanic phenotype thanks to the mix with ancient neolithic elements of the island. But it's subtle.
    'Gracile Germanic'? The Anglo-Saxon form of Nordish is anything but!

    https://www.theapricity.com/snpa/rg-anglo.htm


    Description:

    The general impression of this tall, broad-shouldered and characteristically blond type is that of an overgrown Hallstatt Nordid, with a larger head and face, as well as hands and feet of somewhat greater dimensions. The face is long, with a marked skeletal relief which gives it a somewhat rugged and angular appearance. The nose is large, very leptorrhine, and usually straight, with a convex minority. The lips, like those of the Hallstatt Nordid, are rather thin.
    The Anglo-Saxon type is over-all mesocephalic, with a minor tendency towards brachycephaly, possibly reflecting a measure of round-headedness in the Cro-Magnid strain(s). The forehead is high and the browridges heavy, and the jaw is prominent. Whereas typically Cro-Magnid features are visible, the general impression is of a larger, more robust Nordid (Hallstatt, rather than the more numerous Insular Keltic variety).
    The Anglo-Saxon hair color range runs from golden blond to medium brown, with the latter in the majority. Ash-blond shades are less frequent. There is a minor tendency towards rufosity, but much less so than is the case with the Trřnder type, with which the Anglo-Saxon may be compared in many respects. The eyes are pure blue or light-mixed.
    Neolithic means J2 or J1 hgs, but how are they influential in Britain at all?

    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/europ...logroups.shtml

    Region/Haplogroup I1 I2*/I2a I2b R1a R1b G J2 J*/J1 E1b1b T Q N Sample size
    Denmark 34 2 5.5 15 33 2.5 3 0 2.5 0 1 1
    Greenland 14.5 0 2 9 21.5 0 2 0 0.5 0 49.5 0
    England 14 2.5 4.5 4.5 67 1.5 3.5 0 2 0.5 0.5 0
    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgja View Post
    I'm not trying to offense you. I was just talking on a genetic composition scale about british
    "British" is one of the most quintessential european genetic unit because of the insular isolation.










    And those pockets from the east coast of Great Britain are the most germanic both on a genetic and cultural level, and they show a beautiful subtle mix with ancient elements of basque-like populations.
    Wuotans Krieger is correct and your attempt to rubber-stamp this bluster will not pass muster. English are in between North and West Germanic, Gaelic and Brythonic, but hardly 'European' in comparison to Steppe. There are both I1 and I2 hgs in England, but then they are too in Denmark, yet both are majority R1 hg despite those. In fact, the I hg component of Denmark is higher than that of England, thus is more 'Basque' and 'European' in that respect. I've never seen a haplomap of Europe with England as a majority I hg nation, unlike Denmark. Therefore, it's a misnomer that Denmark is the Germanic homeland. The same high concentration of I hg issue afflicts Sweden, so it's a common problem to deem them as uber-Germanic--we who are not a Neolithic (you must really mean Mesolithic) people, as the Oresund supports on both sides--in common with Yugoslavia and Romania rather than fellow Steppe bloods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgja View Post
    Yes, mainly in Cornwall, Wales and Ireland. Although, I have never been to Scotland.
    Ah, that explains your distorted perception. You refer to everyone as 'British' rather than English, simply due to your limited exposure influencing some false, overarching stereotype. It was this comment that drove me to reply, because you couldn't have thought those things without the experience your anecdotes reference.

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