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    Post Where Do You Learn to Classify?

    What books or webpages has people here studied to learn how to classify people?

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    Post Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    I read:

    John R. Baker, Die Rassen der Menschheit (engl. "Race").

    Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, Forschung am Menschen.

    Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, Die rassischen Grundlagen des deutschen Volkes.

    Historia Mundi (various authors), 1. Band - Die frühe Menschheit.

    Georg Glowatzki, Die Rassen des Menschen.

    H.F.K. Günther, Rassenkunde des deutschen Volkes.

    Editor Gerhard Heberer, various authors, Das Fischer Lexikon - Anthropologie.

    Rainer Knußmann, in Säugetiere : Primaten : Menschen (Grzimek Enzyklopädie).

    Rainer Knußmann, Vergleichende Biologie des Menschen.

    Bertil Lundman, Umriß der Rassenkunde des Menschen in geschichtlicher Zeit.

    Editor Hans Roessner, Der ganze Mensch.

    Ilse Schwidetzky, Grundlagen der Rassensystematik.

    Ilse Schwidetzky, Rassen und Rassenbildung beim Menschen.

    Ilse Schwidetzky, Turaniden-Studien.

    Christian Vogel, Menschliche Stammesgeschichte - Populationsdifferenzierung, in Biologie in Stichworten, V Humanbiologie, Kiel 1974.

    Etc...

    But basically you read what the typical description of a type is and see some pictures. Then you see certain patterns in real people, like that a certain feature combination of facial traits is more common together with a brachycephalic Alpinid head form f.e., and this leads to guess in mixed peoples, together with the impression of the general form of the head, face and body.
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    Post Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Nice list, Agrippa. I'd add Coon's The Races of Europe, though.

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    Post Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Sorry Agrippa,you are student of phisical anthropology in university or you have bachelor for that?Or just "self-made"expert? Only curiosity...I think you are the best or one of the best expert of biological anthropology of skadi-forum(dalonord,dr.solar wolff,glenlivet,too.I am sorry for the others,but this is only my personal and modest opinion...)

    Quote Originally Posted by Agrippa
    I read:
    John R. Baker, Die Rassen der Menschheit (engl. "Race&quot.
    Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, Forschung am Menschen.
    Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, Die rassischen Grundlagen des deutschen Volkes.
    Historia Mundi (various authors), 1. Band - Die frühe Menschheit.
    Georg Glowatzki, Die Rassen des Menschen.
    H.F.K. Günther, Rassenkunde des deutschen Volkes.
    Editor Gerhard Heberer, various authors, Das Fischer Lexikon - Anthropologie.
    Rainer Knußmann, in Säugetiere : Primaten : Menschen (Grzimek Enzyklopädie).
    Rainer Knußmann, Vergleichende Biologie des Menschen.
    Bertil Lundman, Umriß der Rassenkunde des Menschen in geschichtlicher Zeit.
    Editor Hans Roessner, Der ganze Mensch.
    Ilse Schwidetzky, Grundlagen der Rassensystematik.
    Ilse Schwidetzky, Rassen und Rassenbildung beim Menschen.
    Ilse Schwidetzky, Turaniden-Studien.
    Christian Vogel, Menschliche Stammesgeschichte - Populationsdifferenzierung, in Biologie in Stichworten, V Humanbiologie, Kiel 1974.

    Etc...

    But basically you read what the typical description of a type is and see some pictures. Then you see certain patterns in real people, like that a certain feature combination of facial traits is more common together with a brachycephalic Alpinid head form f.e., and this leads to guess in mixed peoples, together with the impression of the general form of the head, face and body.

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    Post AW: Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd
    Sorry Agrippa,you are student of phisical anthropology in university or you have bachelor for that?Or just "self-made"expert? Only curiosity...I think you are the best or one of the best expert of biological anthropology of skadi-forum(dalonord,dr.solar wolff,glenlivet,too.I am sorry for the others,but this is only my personal and modest opinion...)
    Agrippa earned a masters in Osteuropid studies.
    "slavic" languages are absolutely arteficial (Read "slawenlegende"). The "glagolica", invented by a bunch of monks, is nothing but an ancient esperanto, creating new words, definitions and alphabet out of regional slangs.

    The craddle of European Civilization comes from the North. All blond people originate from the north. So if you see a blond-blue eyed Slovene, Russian, Czech, Polak ect., you can be 100% sure that his ancient ancestors originated from "Germanics" (Germanic = Nordic).
    "slovenja" was the settelment of the Langobards = Germanics/Teutons. "Poland" of the Goths and East-Vandals ect. ect. What do "slavs" tell us about their origin?
    Some silly story that they originate from some swamps in the east and popped out of no where into history.

    So you see my dear "Gorostan" [=Triglav], you are in reality a "Germanic" indoctrinated with panslav propaganda and historic fantasy stories. ~Dr. Brandt, former TNP and Skadi member

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    Post Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd
    Sorry Agrippa,you are student of phisical anthropology in university or you have bachelor for that?Or just "self-made"expert? Only curiosity...I think you are the best or one of the best expert of biological anthropology of skadi-forum(dalonord,dr.solar wolff,glenlivet,too.I am sorry for the others,but this is only my personal and modest opinion...)
    I'm no anthropologist, but studied it as a minor field of study, though that had not too much to do with what I do here...

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    Post AW: Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav
    Agrippa earned a masters in Osteuropid studies.
    Or is it Osteuropic? I wonder which suffix applies.
    "slavic" languages are absolutely arteficial (Read "slawenlegende"). The "glagolica", invented by a bunch of monks, is nothing but an ancient esperanto, creating new words, definitions and alphabet out of regional slangs.

    The craddle of European Civilization comes from the North. All blond people originate from the north. So if you see a blond-blue eyed Slovene, Russian, Czech, Polak ect., you can be 100% sure that his ancient ancestors originated from "Germanics" (Germanic = Nordic).
    "slovenja" was the settelment of the Langobards = Germanics/Teutons. "Poland" of the Goths and East-Vandals ect. ect. What do "slavs" tell us about their origin?
    Some silly story that they originate from some swamps in the east and popped out of no where into history.

    So you see my dear "Gorostan" [=Triglav], you are in reality a "Germanic" indoctrinated with panslav propaganda and historic fantasy stories. ~Dr. Brandt, former TNP and Skadi member

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    Post Re: AW: Re: Where do you learn to classify?

    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav
    Or is it Osteuropic? I wonder which suffix applies.
    East European

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    Post Where'd you learn how to classify?

    Where'd you learn how to classify? And how did you get interested in it?

    I learned to classify mostly from just seeing others do it over and over again on this forum and from reading some online articles about subrace.

    I first got interested in Race after High school. I knew there was a difference between Scandinavians,Italians, and the Irish that they simply weren't all generically white. So I was searching for a way to make sense of that difference and that's how I found out about Skadi.
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    Post AW: Where'd you learn how to classify?

    My knowledge on racial classification (subraces of the europid race) is not worth mentioning.

    I suppose there is enough need for proper education in this matter here to make a living. So I make a proposal regarding THE Supreme Master Of Racial Classification - Agrippa:

    How about building the Agrippa´s Online School For Racial Classification?
    I am sure he would find sufficient numbers of people willing to share his knowledge.

    (Anmerkung zu Agrippa auf Deutsch: Du bist hier, glaube ich, wirklich der Beste in dem Thema, Hut ab!)

    Bye (with a twinkle in my eye ), Armin

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