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    Post Phenotypes in Northern Italy

    Well, like i've said in some Agrippa's thread, now i'll post an extensive gallery of phenotypical types in the area of northern Italy.
    NOTE : Northern Italy board is considered to be the Po river, and all the valley around (pianura Padana = Padan plain)


    Like many of you already know, Northern Italy, (or Padania for some ) is very mixed, since its geographical position, that makes the entire area an historical board between Central Europe and Mediterranean Europe. North-Italy is still Central-Europe, but of course the south side of it.

    The three major components are : Alpinoids, Dinaroids, Nordoids (the most autoctonous, i mean. With the final "-oids" i mean these tipologies in the "wider sense" everyone) . In minor numbers there are Meds. The fusion of all these components creates modern "Padania".

    By the way, i consider "Alpinoids" and "Dinaroids" the most ancient element(both, results of the Celtic invasions), while Nordoids, result of the germanic obviously, and Meds of the Roman/Italic influence.
    All considered individuals are real Natives of -North-Italy or share the same origin.



    Some Tv speakers to begin :




    1)

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    3)

    4)

    first two, have, imo, some dominant UP-NordAlpinid component. n.3 some phalian perhaps, while last, some Alpinid-nordid one.

    I conclude this serie with the most famous Tv-conductor in my country :







    Here, Some famous actors and actresses :











    This one is a good Atlanto-Med example (192 cm height)










    I'd sai some Borreby here


    Famous singer Gianni Morandi(from Bologna) . I couldn't classify him





    Second groups of types...............


    Some Tv soubrettes :







    She comes from Dalmatia








    And now, a good Soccer players group..........


    Buffon (juventus good player) Is what i call "Norid" = light Dinarid




    While Zambrotta, is what i call "Adriatid" = Dark Dinarid





    Another pair of "Norids" = light Dinarids..........




    And another pair of "Adriatids" = dark Dinarids............






    Now some mixed series of various athletes and people from the show business :













































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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    My personal favourite. Whoose that girl?

    By any chance, is she from Tuscany? I have seen quite similar girls in Florence. Tuscany is part of Padania, isn't it?


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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    Quote Originally Posted by Wichmann
    My personal favourite. Whoose that girl?

    By any chance, is she from Tuscany? I have seen quite similar girls in Florence. Tuscany is part of Padania, isn't it?
    Uh, the geographical definition of Padania is controversial : Tuscany technically isn't Padania (the real board is the Po valley, and Tuscania is below this line), but although this, many consider it part of northern Italy.


    Her name is Eleonora giorgi, famous actress in the seventies (sorry Wich, she is a bit mature now !). She is from Lombardia, from what i know. Good choice anyway (this forum rules don't allow me to post her, ehm.....best pics )

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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    I see you've claimed Batistuta, a fellow Argie! That's Ok. I'm not sure about his background but if I associate an Italian surname to that phenotype I would suppose he hails from Northern Italy (I actually make those northern-southern distinctions!). It seems that, proportionally, we've received more Northern Italian immigration than the US (more Sicilian-Calabrese I suppose). Anyway, I found strange you didn't post Valeria Mazza too. No worries, still a great job!!

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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    Interesting post. You really have some very diverse samples.
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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Jarl
    It seems that, proportionally, we've received more Northern Italian immigration than the US (more Sicilian-Calabrese I suppose). Anyway, I found strange you didn't post Valeria Mazza too. No worries, still a great job!!
    O.K. like you wish.............



    VALERIA MAZZA :








    I LIKE this last more than the others............



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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    I have to agree, Italy in general is quite diverse, not just Northern Italy. My great grandmother lived in Northern Italy before comeing to America. She had freckles and red hair, married when she was 15 . From what I understand, the Northern Italians migrated to America first in places such as "The North End" of Boston but were 'replaced' you could say by the Sicilians later on. However, the Northern Italians 'replaced' the Irish and the Irish 'replaced' the English. Now sadly, the Italians of the North End are being 'replaced' by minorities.
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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    For the interested reader the following regional breakdown illustrates the migration patterns of the southern Italian during the years 1861-1961:9

    Naples area 1,105,802(27.4%)

    Abruzzi and Molise 652,972(16.2%)

    Apulia 300,152(7.4%)

    Basilicata 232,389(5.8%)

    Calabria 522,422(13.0%)

    Sicily 1,205,788(29.9%)

    Sardinia 14,669(.04%)

    From the central and northern regions only 1,024,572 persons emigrated. Before 1860 the Northern Italian had dominated the trickle of Italian emigration. But from 1876 to 1900 only some 99,000 were from the north out of a total of some 772,792 persons.

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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    I think that Camoranesi is not White, probabily "mestizo", med mixed with amerindian. In fact, he is argentinian and in Argentina there are a lot of mestizos.(and growing)

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    Post Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    Good thread man. Very Informative.

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