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The 6 Caucasoid head formations; according to Robert Gayre
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From Robert Gayre's Miscellaneous Racial Studies 1943-1972:


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My head shape is somewhere between the Mediterranean and Atlantic based on those diagrams.
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"Mediterranean" is the head shape most Negroes have.
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afrocentrics want to be Mediteraneans ! No comment .... pathetic really !
hey ! Grismon u know some afro-american women are so Uneducated and really Not civilized
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samysamy25
Aug 19 2010, 02:44 PM
afrocentrics want to be Mediteraneans ! No comment .... pathetic really !
hey ! Grismon u know some afro-american women are so Uneducated and really Not civilized
What the hell does that have to do with this thread? :rolleyes:

Also you shouldn't call him "Grimson". It's a bit of an insult. :lol:
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Aug 19 2010, 06:45 PM


Also you shouldn't call him "Grimson". It's a bit of an insult. :lol:
LOL I don't think he calls him that on purpose!
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Stay on topic.
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Ha, I guess I'm something between "Atlantic" and "Nordic", which are almost identical. Baltic head looks just like my dad's brick-like head.
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I am Dinaric for sure.
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The Nordic is between the Atlantic-Mediterranean and Mediterranean proper, the upper part've the back of the head more remblances the Atlantic( the Nordic which was to Gayre the blond and taller variant of the Mediterranean). The neck of the Atlantic more assembles the Mediterranean proper which is the more finer chiseled and smaller variant and the scale of the Nordic is more comparable to the Mediterranean proper. The Alpines and the Dinarics were to Gayre Mediterranean/Atlantic derived. Whereas the East-Baltic was a cross between Nordic and Mongoloid. Along with certain environmental adaptations since Alpines and Dinarics are mountain types from central and southeastern Europe and the East Baltics the wet, cold, sterile lands.

Places like Italy and Sicily are often very mountainous:


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My head shape is atlantic, I also looked at my dad's shape, and my paternal grandfather and they all seem atlantic, is that common among basques or not???
Edited by Euskal kubatarrak, Aug 19 2010, 10:03 PM.
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Wet, cold, sterile... don't mention that to Russians right now... and the back of your head is totally East Baltic.
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Aug 19 2010, 10:00 PM
My head shape is atlantic, I also looked at my dad's shape, and my paternal grandfather and they all seem atlantic, is that common among basques or not???
Yeah, its not uncommon:

Basque Atlanto-Mediterranean from Coon:

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http://s1.zetaboards.com/anthroscape/topic/2236999/1/#new
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Aug 19 2010, 05:43 AM
From Robert Gayre's Miscellaneous Racial Studies 1943-1972:


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so r these skull images only for the european race?
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im Mediterranean!
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According to this I get Nordic.
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Nordid formation(I am not Nordid but the formation is)
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For me, halfway between Atlantic and Mediterranean.
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so r these skull images only for the european race?


yes, those are for the Europoids or aka Caucasoids sub-races(or phenotypes).
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Aug 31 2010, 11:19 PM
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so r these skull images only for the european race?


yes, those are for the Europoids or aka Caucasoids sub-races(or phenotypes).
well im from turkey and dont really know what turks are considered as a race.
but i guess my head shape is like the dinaric head shape
Edited by orangepulp, Sep 1 2010, 12:21 AM.
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