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    Post Good Faelid examples?

    Is he a good example of a Faelid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volksdeutsche
    Is he a good example of a Faelid?
    More like Baltid/Nord, imo. He looks like if he was from Finland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wend
    More like Baltid/Nord, imo. He looks like if he was from Finland.
    He looks like a Russian from the profile side. Lips ar larger then typical nordic, nose is saddle style, chin rather goes back

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    Cool, more comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volksdeutsche
    Cool, more comments?
    Its hard to guess since there is no en-face picture and the eyes are almost close. Jaw is rather strong so UP element (Boreby) could be dominant in this part of the face. I would agree that he could be German but not so Faelid to be typical. Maybe it's due to the bad picture. I think that this guy from my region Pomerania looks more typical for Faelid type.
    http://www.forums.skadi.net/attachme...achmentid=3311

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    The guy you showed is definitely not a Faelid. Maybe Aistin or something. I have never seen someone like him in Celtic/Germanic Europe.

    I will attach six more photos of the first man. Two are as a child.

    I think that one can tell the type from the nasal shape and the slight alveolar prognathism which he share with a famous countryman. There I said enough.
    Last edited by Glenlivet; Thursday, December 18th, 2003 at 05:12 PM.

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    I don't think the ski racer you posted, Volks is a "text-book" Faelid but he certainly leans in that direction some: he's got the strong jaw, the low orbits and the heavy upper eye-lids.

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    Did you see all the photos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    I don't think the ski racer you posted, Volks is a "text-book" Faelid but he certainly leans in that direction some: he's got the strong jaw, the low orbits and the heavy upper eye-lids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volksdeutsche
    Did you see all the photos?

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    Hi Volks,

    Yes, I now see the others you posted. He is rather Faelid now that I see some other views...and more so than I originally thought. He's got a broader face and nose (the nostrils specifacally) than a 'classic' Nordid and the low orbits almost always are a sign of Faelid. Is he Austrian?

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    Of course, the man is Austrian, and the countryman I referred to is Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California.

    He is a good Alpine skier and his name is Benjamin Raich.

    Thanks for your input.


    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    Hi Volks,

    Yes, I now see the others you posted. He is rather Faelid now that I see some other views...and more so than I originally thought. He's got a broader face and nose (the nostrils specifacally) than a 'classic' Nordid and the low orbits almost always are a sign of Faelid. Is he Austrian?

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