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    What does the word Atlanto stand for in " Atlanto-Mediterranean "

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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    Quote Originally Posted by NewGrange
    What does the word Atlanto stand for in " Atlanto-Mediterranean "
    Atlantic - as in, the ocean :-)

    I was considering this also. Perhaps a broad distinction could be made in Europe between coastal doliocephals (Nord-Atlantic-Med) and central/inland mesocephals (Alpine-Borreby).
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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoob
    Atlantic - as in, the ocean :-)

    I was considering this also. Perhaps a broad distinction could be made in Europe between coastal doliocephals (Nord-Atlantic-Med) and central/inland mesocephals (Alpine-Borreby).
    because when I do a search on google using the word "atlanto"
    search returns come back refering to the neck "Atlanto-Occipital Joint Distance"

    "Atlanto-Mediterraneans" are suppose to have flat occipits ? flat back of the head ?
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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    Quote Originally Posted by NewGrange

    "Atlanto-Mediterraneans" are suppose to have flat occipits ? flat back of the neck ?

    No. They have a rounded occiput. Long heads.
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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    I take it we are refering here to the "Blue-eyed brunettes" (darker, curlier hair than Keltic Nordics. Quite often it is jet-black in colour) so commonly found in south-eastern Ireland (Counties Wexford, Wicklow, Carlow, and southern Dublin), Wales, Cornwall, and Lancashire in Britain. This is a very handsome type in physical beauty as one often thinks of typical examples such as Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Collins, Jennifer Connolly, Tracy Neve, Sheryl Fenn, Times New Romanand Maria Shriver.

    I believe this type is descended from the original Britanic Celts who lived in England during the times of the Romans, but were pushed west into Cornwall and Wales during the Anglo-Saxon invasions. There were also small groups of them who stayed behind and hid in the forests of the Midlands and the Chiltern Hills, but the vast majority went west. Many Welsh privateeres signed on with Norman armies and sailed onto Ireland as well. This physical type is quite often associated with the Irish, but it's true origins were in Wales. The indigenous Irish and Scotish Celts were of a different physical type than the Welsh tribe. In the west of Ireland and the highlands of Scotland we see them more to be of Keltic-Nordic, Brunn, and Boreby in physical type. The blue-eyed Medditerranen type is also well represented in the cities and mill towns of Lancashire, but this is due exclusively to massive movements of Irish immigration into these areas as a result of 19th and 20th Century industrialisation, as well as the great potato famine in the 1840's.

    This blue-eyed medditerannean type with its piercing blue eyes, thick curly raven hair, delicately chisled features, and soft smooth porcelin complection is a wonderful addition to British and Irish womanly beauty.

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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    Blue eyed meds are meds with nordic mixture called North-Atlantid, they are different from Atlanto-Med.

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    Post Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    The term Mediterranid implies long headed (more so in the case of Nordids, especially so in modern times).


    Quote Originally Posted by NewGrange

    "Atlanto-Mediterraneans" are suppose to have flat occipits ? flat back of the head ?

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    Re: Atlanto-Mediterraneans

    There are a number of Atlanto-Mediterraneans in Britain that are brown-eyed, although rare in Ireland. In parts of Wales and Cornwall, the number approaches 50%, but never exceeds that. There are no predominant brown eyed populations in Britain. Beddoe and Fleure did extensive surveys, recapped in "The Races of Europe", consisting of about 1/3 the Welsh and English population. Of course, that would also include Dinarics and a few Alpines as well.

    I would think twice about using "Nordish" terminology, which is somewhat controversial. Furthermore, modern craniometric techniques (let alone genetics) have pretty much refuted any claims that Neanderthal intermixed with "Cro-Magnon", creating a Brunn and Borreby intermediate subrace.

    Earnest Hooton called Atlanto-Mediterranean "Upper Paleolithic", probably being the first of the white races. He considered robust features common to UP, with no distinction to Brunn. He also thought that, based on Canary Island "Gaunches" studies, Cro-Magnon was an unstable hybrid between UP and a rugged Alpine ancestor. He found a lot of variability with Cro-Magnon remains, and the "modern Cro-Magnon" Gaunches.

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