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  • (1°) CELTIC/GAULIC + (2°) Germanic + (3°) Latin

    9 13.04%
  • (1°) CELTIC/GAULIC + (2°) Latin + (3°) Germanic

    15 21.74%
  • (1°) LATIN + (2°) Celtic/Gaulic + (3°) Germanic

    17 24.64%
  • (1°) LATIN + (2°) Germanic + (3°) Celtic/Gaulic

    8 11.59%
  • (1°) GERMANIC + (2°) Celtic/Gaulic + (3°) Latin

    8 11.59%
  • (1°) GERMANIC + (2°) Latin + (3°) Celtic/Gaulic

    4 5.80%
  • **PERFECT EQUILIBRIUM** (EQUAL proportions of the three)

    8 11.59%
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    Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerled
    mmm...

    Not sure whether the Latin or Keltic is more dominant in culture, .

    Me neither, honestly (although i'm a northern italian)


    In the poll i've voted "perfect equilibrium" ; i meant a deep fusion between Keltic and Latin element. Indeed, personally, i consider northItaly (on average) comparable to some region of France, genetically (and culturally too)

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    Post Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    First.

    But who is "Latin"? Native population of Italia?

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    Question Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Einarr
    First.

    But who is "Latin"? Native population of Italia?

    That's a good question. I really don't know if there is a real LATIN people.

    That's a useless generalization, I think, that includes all latin speaking peoples of Europe. And, in some way, holds the bizarre concept of "Italy".

    Maybe 'Latin' is a easier way to call the SE/Mediterranean coutries, heir of some general aspetcs of Roman culture (countries that speak latin languages and were part of Rome), but hardly becomes a term that can be used in sub-racial caracther, specially when we talk about nothern Italy and some regions of Ibéria (like Galicia and Basque nation).


    Quote Originally Posted by KULL
    I think the celtic(1) latin (2) germanic (3) proportion is right. Someone could add Slavic (4) for Friuli-venezia-giulia.
    The Celtic background is very strong in Padania, racially talking. The original Venets barely exists, since they are mixed with celtics and slavs since a long time ago, and germanics then. The Lombards, a germanic folk, were "veneticized" and the people from Piemonte must have an incommensurable portion of celtic blood (considering they are a celtic people originally, do they?). And I heard from Venets (from venetian nationalist groups) that the people from Slovenia is simply not slav, but a venetian people who were slavicized, like the Croatians. Considering that the Sereníssima included also Lombardy, Friuli, portions of Slovenia and Croatia for more than a thousand years, it's something that should be led in account.
    Last edited by Herac; Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006 at 03:33 PM.


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    Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrvSldt
    The Celtic background is very strong in Padania, racially talking. The original Venets barely exists, since they are mixed with celtics and slavs since a long time ago, and germanics then. The Lombards, a germanic folk, were "veneticized" and the people from Piemonte must have an incommensurable portion of celtic blood (considering they are a celtic people originally, do they?).
    Yes, Piemonte was very Celtic/Gallic
    Last edited by Aeternitas; Sunday, January 8th, 2006 at 09:33 PM. Reason: borderline.

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    Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    Here Northitaly in 1860 (shortly before unification with central southern Italy)




    Here the real ethnogeographic map :










    Prehistoric times :






    Celtic-ligurian tribes


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    Re: What's your perception of Padania (north-Italy), on an ethnic perspective ?

    Huzar

    http://tinypic.com/juwvb7.jpg

    By this map, I can conclude that Venetians are (were) a celtic people.

    How far this conclusion is true?


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    It has become rather quiet - have you heard about Padania lately?

    What has become of it?

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    My impression is that they are all Italian. You may have had something a couple centuries ago. But since the industrialization of the North, millions of Central and Southern Italians had migrated to the factories in Milan.

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    I don't think the belief that what Lega Nord propagates is true, I believe it's just an excuse to betray their fellow countrymen in the south for financial matters, to link it with a etno-cultural factor, sort of speak.

    I believe that the North of Italy is predominantly Latin with some Celtic and Germanic influences but that's it...

    True nationalist don't separate from their countrymen...
    Just like this Celtic symbol, it's just a pose. As if they speak a Celtic language.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rozenstorm View Post
    I don't think the belief that what Lega Nord propagates is true, I believe it's just an excuse to betray their fellow countrymen in the south for financial matters, to link it with a etno-cultural factor, sort of speak.

    I believe that the North of Italy is predominantly Latin with some Celtic and Germanic influences but that's it...

    True nationalist don't separate from their countrymen...
    Just like this Celtic symbol, it's just a pose. As if they speak a Celtic language.

    The wealth of the north of Italy was built by the north, so there is no attempt to 'betray' any southern 'countrymen' - historically the two regions have followed different courses.

    Northern (above Tuscany) dialects are Gallo-Romance, like the French. As regards the link between language and ethnicity, not even the Irish are still speaking a Celtic language.

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