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    I would say we are quite common in the area where I live, Derby, and especially in the near by Peak District. Ireland would seem to be a safe bet as well. I have ancestry from Cork and Dublin and Kelto-Nords seem to be common in that part of the country. Could the Kelto-Nord be equated with a more upland type of topography?
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    The British are in general a mix of Keltic and Nordic.

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    Re: Keltic Nordics in British Isles

    Quote Originally Posted by Keltic kernow
    The British are in general a mix of Keltic and Nordic.
    We have to remember that Keltic Nordic is often confused with Nord-Atlantid. From what I've seen of the British Isles, I would argue that Nord-Atlantids are in greater numbers than Keltic Nordics. The only real estimate on Keltic Nordic numbers came from the guessing of McCulloch.

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    Re: Keltic Nordics in British Isles

    I thought that Coon had a map showing something along these lines? Not that I'd trust Coon's map nowadays. It seems many southern Scots are Keltic-Nordics along with the Anglo-Saxon types (the Atlantid type being more in Galloway and the Highlands, Scandinavian types being more common in the Northeast.)
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    Re: Keltic Nordics in British Isles

    The more westerley you go in Scotland there's more of an increment of North-Atlantids. This holds true for the west of England (scattering into the Midlands) and the majority of Wales of which I would say is the 'darkest place' within the British Isles without a shadow of a doubt. Paleo-Atlantids are common in south Wales but also in Scotland bordering England along Hadriens wall and into Glasgow. Maybe the Romans protecting the wall from Kelts where responsible for the brown eyed Italian-looking peoples along that route that we see today rather than the older Atlantid-Med or 'original-British-makeup' Paleo-Antlantids are associated with? We could split this thesis with East England; Chester and surrounding area was a massive Roman forte.

    It is very Tronder/UP/Halstatt in North East England (Newcastle and surrounding cities), same go's for Scotlands east coast and Orkney Isles whom some males recently had DNA tests of which confirmed they were more common to Norwegian blood than the British mainland folk!. Yorkshire is very A-S and Tronder but you do see Keltic Nords in the old mining towns spining down from Sheffield into Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. East Anglia and Lincolnshire is mainly A.S and Borreby and Sussex/Essex/Kent - they're all massive old Saxon and Danish stomping grounds. West coast/Cornwall...they're a funny lot, kind of curly haired Irish Brunns with Iberian strains, not the most welcoming of folk.

    Keltic Nordics in purist form don't seem to fall anywhere as a whole, mostly scattered and more common amongst females IMO for some reason. Kelts never numbered much and who's phenotype was dilluted by latter arrivals.

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