- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Dark, leptomorphic, long straight nose, close set eyes, angular chin and large jaws
An interesting depigmented variant exhibits an even more convex nose (~Dinaro-Med) :
At first glance - this will need improving - my impression is that this whole type somehow sets inland Campania apart from coastal Campania where phenotypes are more in the Type 2 range with infamous Campanian smiles. Let's note that historically speaking, this province seems to have had deeper relationships with the Adriatic than with Naples. Maps of former Italian dioceses can be a hint to former ethnic kinship between Italian provinces.
- Type 2 : Dark, brachymorphic, little nose, round-faced, wide set eyes, large jaws
A more leptomorphic variant can be found (~ Alpino-Med) :
- Final morphotypes :