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Thread: Culture of Pre-IE Neolithic Scandinavia and British Isles

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacQuiston
    Aye, but what makes the Brünn related to Celtic culture if it can be found in mixed phenotypes such as the Tronder in Norway and even pure forms in parts of Southern Sweden. Coon says the Brünn was a probably a native to western Scandinavia as well. I'm also wondering if this Brünn type might be the influence of red hair found throughout the lore of Germanic culture...

    Is there any evidence suggesting the Brünn travelled from Scandinavia to the British Isles or vice versa?
    The Cimbric tribe lived in Jutland and there are bogs with redheaded people. I imagine it is etymologically related to Cambrian/Cumbric/Welsh/Cornish etc.

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    Also the Windmill Hill people were Small Mediterranean (West Med). Not AM but more gracilised like modern Spaniards.

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