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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Thread: How Was the Dinaric Sub-Race Derived ?

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    according to anthropologists, a dinaric is an armenoid/alpine...and were originally from the caucus...later admixtures formed in the balkans...armenoids and dinarics both heavily absorbed med pigmentation

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by cannistraro
    Do Dinarics come from Syria? What is the origin of this type.

    And what is an example of a relatively pure Dinarid? Is it Vlade Divac?

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Frans_Jozef
    The Dinaric type in the Balkan doesn't enter into the picture until the Middle Ages.
    What!? Dinarids are not "indigenous" to the Balkans? The bones that were found in sites like Lepenski Vir belonged to Neolithic and Mesolithic types,you probably know that anyway .Wouldn't the blending of those types make a Dinarid?

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    Post Re: Dinarics

    Quote Originally Posted by Frans_Jozef
    The Dinarids developed probably in situ
    Of course, hence the name Dinarid But, according to you Dinarids didn't enter into the picture until the Middle Ages,years after the Slavic migrations to the Balkans.Maybe they're not related to Armenoids after all.The question now is what types were the "Illyrian" tribes predominantely.The Dinarid type is still a mystery IMO

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    Post Dinarids

    Do Dinarids descend from Armenoid types or is it the other way around? I was under the impression that they are a sub-Nordic group who have live in Central and Eastern Europe for millenia. So racially speaking are the of non-European extraction or are they native European stock?

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    Post Re: Dinarids

    I found this on another forum. "According to Czekanowski, there are four basic white races, located schematically at the corners of the square; and six sub-races or mixed types, which result from the crossing of the four fundamental ones. These races and sub-races, with their Greek letters, may be listed as follows":



    This is a Dinaric(from The Living Races of Europe by Lundman):



    This is an Armenid from the same book:


    The attached picture is a picture of a Dinaric German. The following picture is a picture of my Dad, who some will claim is an Armenid since he is Armenian. Notice the similarities between the two men.



    I believe Armenids and Dinarics are very similar if not the same. Armenoids seem to have originated in Anatolia which is on the border with Europe anyway. Here's a quote from Coon's book, " Asiatic-Dinarics are usually called Armenoids, although the distinction is arbitrary"
    I guess you should judge for yourself. Both are obviously Caucasoid subraces.

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    Post Re: Dinarids

    I don't think Czekanowski's theories are correct; I prefer Coon's. According to him, both the Armenoid and Dinarid types are not so much actual subraces as physical types that occur when a brachycephalic Caucasoid is mixed with a Mediterranean (in the broadest sense of that word) physical type. The European Dinarid is then the result of a European Alpine blending with a European Mediterranean. In the case of the Armenoid, the Irano-Afghan type is thought to provide the 'Mediterranean' strain. The brachycephalic part of the equation is provided by Alpinoids of a variety that would not be at home in Central Europe. Dinarids and Armenoids are thus racially distinct types, even though the mechanics behind the creation of the types are similar (thus explaing the relative phenotypic proximity and the genetic gap).

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    Post Re: Dinarids

    Plates from Coon's book.

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    Armenoid

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