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

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  • Stabilized Alpine-Mediterranean Blend

    43 30.50%
  • A "sister race" of the Armenoid/Near-Eastern type

    56 39.72%
  • Other (please state)

    42 29.79%
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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    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.
    I didn't know this theory effectively. Dinarics and Norics like "mountain race" while other more "gracile" types in the plain areas.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Here are different sub racial maps:


    Deniker


    Biasutti


    Eikstedt


    Czekanowski




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    I admit i like Czekanovsky theory. Or, better, it's more credible to my eyes. To be really sincere, i find Lundman observation on Dinaric sub-type vaguely, pervaded by a touch of "racism". Obviously, it's only my personal impression, nothing more. Perhaps my impression is wrong.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    Not all Dinarids look the same , pigmentation wise as well, but hey, to each his own.
    Affirmative.

    Hm, Croat from Drniš looks like a 'dinaricized' Borreby imo
    Don't they all.
    http://www.geocities.com/nickbrozovi...c/Pavelic5.jpg
    http://www.goranonline.com/picgallery/034.jpg
    http://www.hrt.hr/tudjman/slike/photo/tudjman-13.jpg
    http://www.drnis.com/home/stoljeca/Ante%20Tomasevic.JPG
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi..._Broz_Tito.jpg
    http://www.nrk.no/img/378783.jpeg

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic Tiger
    I admit i like Czekanovsky theory. Or, better, it's more credible to my eyes. To be really sincere, i find Lundman observation on Dinaric sub-type vaguely, pervaded by a touch of "racism". Obviously, it's only my personal impression, nothing more. Perhaps my impression is wrong.
    Maybe they(Lundman etc.) just weren't as interested in Slavs and other non-Germanics as much as Czekanowski was



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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Deniker chart is very good i think.

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by White Falcon
    Why are Dinarics always aged man

    Dinaric Croat from Drniš (hooked noses are myth)
    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    I know and Baltids always squint their eyes in pics
    Simply because the pre-WW2 examples of such people were mainly compiled by fossilized Anglo-Saxon anthropologists!

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Ok, enough examples of elderly Dinarid men from the Balkans, here are some young Dinarid ladies from the Balkans!!:tthumbsup



















    http://pub18.ezboard.com/fbalkansyug...icID=249.topic

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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.
    Possibly. I have seen Borrebies that resemble Balkan dwellers and vice versa.



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