View Poll Results: How was the Dinaric Sub-race derived in your opinion?

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  • Stabilized Alpine-Mediterranean Blend

    43 30.50%
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    56 39.72%
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Thread: How Was the Dinaric Sub-Race Derived ?

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    I think this man has a slight influence from a type I've referred to on other threads, such as post 14 here: http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.p...7&page=1&pp=20
    His curly hair and some facial features remind me of the type. Due to the hooked nose (not prominent though) and pointed chin, they can be mistaken for Dinarics, when mixed with other influences.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    What I was trying to say is that the Dinarics of the Balkans may have Baltic admixture in cases but since there do exist Dinarics elsewhere with the major traits but without any Baltic admixture the Dinarics weren't created by that.

    This is a Dinaric of the Balkans:


    PS: I meant vertical grooves that run parallel along the nose.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    What makes the Dinarid features different from those of an brachycephalised Cromagnoid/Borreby? Mainly the nasal shape. The nasal shape is definitely an adaptation to higher, mountainous regions and drier air for which a longer way of the air through the nasal region and mucosa is advantageous for many reasons. All the Taurid types are mainly in mountainous regions and seem to be a Cromagnoid adaptation to this rather extreme areas.
    The high rooted, long, prominent and rather aquiline nasal shapes in Europids are concentrated around higher and/or drier regions. Because of this selection for a longer nasal region the whole facial and probably even the skull shape had to be influenced.
    I will probably bring some maps and drawings if I have the time to show the concentrations, centres, distribution and morphological tendencies.
    Send Cromagnoids with a tendency toward brachycephalisation in the mountains as herder-warriors and wait some generations and you get rather Taurid types, like you get Alpinids in poor areas in which they have to live as farmers.
    Some anthropologists said that aquiline and hooked noses are rather dominant in Europids and certain forms could have come into the Cromagnoid gene pool by foreign admixture (Atlantomediterranid?).
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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Agrippa
    What makes the Dinarid features different from those of an brachycephalised Cromagnoid/Borreby? Mainly the nasal shape. The nasal shape is definitely an adaptation to higher, mountainous regions and drier air for which a longer way of the air through the nasal region and mucosa is advantageous for many reasons. All the Taurid types are mainly in mountainous regions and seem to be a Cromagnoid adaptation to this rather extreme areas.
    The high rooted, long, prominent and rather aquiline nasal shapes in Europids are concentrated around higher and/or drier regions. Because of this selection for a longer nasal region the whole facial and probably even the skull shape had to be influenced.
    I will probably bring some maps and drawings if I have the time to show the concentrations, centres, distribution and morphological tendencies.
    Send Cromagnoids with a tendency toward brachycephalisation in the mountains as herder-warriors and wait some generations and you get rather Taurid types, like you get Alpinids in poor areas in which they have to live as farmers.
    Some anthropologists said that aquiline and hooked noses are rather dominant in Europids and certain forms could have come into the Cromagnoid gene pool by foreign admixture (Atlantomediterranid?).
    It's very interesting.

    About the pigmentation (the less relevant element of course) i must say that generalization are often made in the dinarid case ("typically dark type") : Serbia and North Italy, are often reported like "example-areas" of Dinarid type, but the Dinarids from North-Italy , i note, are notably lighter than those from Serbia-Montenegro. I know this cause i live in North Italy and i 've seen many Serbs.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth
    This is a Dinaric of the Balkans:

    With that kind of hooked nose, small forehead and elephant ears...

    I don't think so.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Sorry saying this, but the image, seems to me like an exaggeration of Typical supposed traits

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Agrippa
    Send Cromagnoids with a tendency toward brachycephalisation in the mountains as herder-warriors and wait some generations and you get rather Taurid types, like you get Alpinids in poor areas in which they have to live as farmers.
    Interesting, your theory coincides with Dinarids/Norids predominating in Bosnia, Montenegro while plains areas in Croatia and Serbia have more Alpinid/Cromagnid, nordid and med types.



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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Last edited by Vojvoda; Monday, July 11th, 2005 at 08:16 PM.



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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    Why are Dinarics always aged man

    Dinaric Croat from Drniš (hooked noses are myth)

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by White Falcon
    Why are Dinarics always aged man
    I know and Baltids always squint their eyes in pics

    Dinaric Croat from Drniš (hooked noses are myth)
    I think hooked noses are a result of ancient Armenoid admixture like Jan Czekanowski stated. Not all Dinarids look the same , pigmentation wise as well, but hey, to each his own. Hm, Croat from Drniš looks like a 'dinaricized' Borreby imo

    Plates from Czekanowski:

    Littoral type (Med/Arm) and Armenoid race


    Dinaric types (Arm/Nor)



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