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Old 08-27-2010, 01:03 AM   Post #1
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A very tall, heavily pigmented Cro-Magnoid, aboriginal to the central Scandinavian regions. The Tydal type is robust, short-legged and long-armed, and very dolichocephalic (C.I. 73). The face is moderately broad to broad, the chin is prominent, the forehead is low and rather steep, the browridges are strong and the nose is typically short, snubbed and rather wide. The hair is blackisk brown and the eyes rather dark, and beard growth is strong. The type was first observed in the Norwegian parish of Tydal in Trøndelag, and its presence was later documented in adjacent Swedish regions. In all likeliness this unique population has lived in isolation for millennia, but nowadays the type is dispersed all around the Scandinavian Peninsula as a result of increased mobility and city-ward migration, and is nowhere found in any significant concentration. The Tydal type is generally regarded as a Paleo-Atlantid variety.
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Modern examples from Trøndelag:

Jostein Tetlie


Martin Solem


Kim-Andre Brantzæg


Michael Kleppe Jamtfall


Jørn Jamtfall


Kjell Rune Sellin
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Old 08-27-2010, 01:42 AM   Post #2
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Asiatics.
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None of them look Asiatic imo, but interestingly enough central Norway is where Y-DNA haplogroup Q supposedly reaches it peak in Norway, but the most numerous Y-DNA haplogroup in central Norway is I1 followed by R1a then R1b.
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Sorry but I find this one hard to accept as a European at all, never mind a northern European.



But thanks for this post anyway, now I know where my family members and all those dark Brits I post belong. Makes sense now.

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Sorry but I find this one hard to accept as a European at all, never mind a northern European.

He could be Latin American.
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Sorry but I find this one hard to accept as a European at all, never mind a northern European.



But thanks for this post anyway, now I know where my family members and all those dark Brits I post belong. Makes sense now.
You make it sound like Northern Europeans are somehow the epitome of Europeaness, but I have seen a few Norwegians with similar looks.



But come to think of it he don't look completly Tydal, he seem to have Strandid influence:

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Reduced, infantilized, heavily pigmented (brown-eyed, nearly black-haired, and somewhat "swarthy") brachycephals (C.I. 83) of the western Norwegian coast (especially the northwestern provinces, with a focal point in Sunnmøre). Strandids are typically rather euryprosopic, with mesorrhine, concave noses. Judging from their general bodily attributes, they are undoubtedly the products of alpinization (probably local), but the exact derivation of the type is obscured by the lack of relevant skeletal material. Strandid individuals are not numerous, and are usually mixed with the local Borreby, whence it has been suggested that the Strandid is merely a more completely alpinized variety or end-type of this taller, more robust brachycephal. However, this theory raises the question of pigmentation, as Borrebys are rather depigmented on average. An alternate hypothesis involves the alpinization of a Tydal population. The Strandid type may have ties to the western Norwegian Fosna Culture (ca. 8000 BC - 5000 BC).
There is a big overlap between those two types too.
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He looks Pinyoid.
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He looks Pinyoid.
This man from Lindesnes in Vest-Agder(the most southern region of Norway) have a similar look:
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A friend of mine classed me as being a more gracile--well not really, I am big, but not "robust" in all senses of the word: somewhere in between--variant of the Tydal type. Would anyone agree?

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Some of these people have mongoloid admixture.
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