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    Classify Bas Rutten

    Most dear and honerable sirs, could you classify the fighter Bas Rutten? He looks DINARIC to me, since his backhead is so flat, and because his head is so high, and he look cromagnid influenced because of the constitution. I will not tell his country of origin, it is a surprise.

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    Borreby/Cro-Magnoid rather than Dinarid? SNPA mentions that the Borreby has a tendency towards flat occiputs:

    Quote Originally Posted by SNPA on Borrebys
    The head form is brachycephalic (c.i. typically 82-84), and the occiput is nearly vertical and often slightly flattened.
    Goes hand in hand with his constitution and concave nose too. He lacks the convex nose almost always associated with Dinarids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outrune View Post
    Borreby/Cro-Magnoid rather than Dinarid? SNPA mentions that the Borreby has a tendency towards flat occiputs:



    Goes hand in hand with his constitution and concave nose too. He lacks the convex nose almost always associated with Dinarids.
    You obviously dont know what you are talking about.,
    His not having any Borreby features, since this Sjælland is the most regional place to study the Borreby i can without a doubt say his not displaying any signs. you know the term Borreby descent from a village around 80 km of where i live right?

    I have to study him some more and come up with something more conclusive.

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