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    Post Classify Bertolt Brecht

    I'm tempted to say Alpine + Faelid, without any Dinaric or Med. He was born in the Frankish part of Bavaria, namely Augsburg.

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    Post AW: Classify Bertolt Brecht

    Eyes and nose clearly Dinarid. Good to see in this picture:

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    Post Re: Classify Bertolt Brecht

    Yes, but the point is Dinaricization.
    I think it is a matching statement that we have more Dinaric-looking people in Europe than actual Dinaric genetic ancestry.

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    Post Re: Classify Bertolt Brecht

    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth
    Yes, but the point is Dinaricization.
    I think it is a matching statement that we have more Dinaric-looking people in Europe than actual Dinaric genetic ancestry.
    You've got a major point there.Maybe Frans Jozef can add something to this.



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