- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Intermediate pigmentation, leptomorphic, long straight nose, close-set eyes, angular chin and large jaws
This is the pan-British phenotype (sometimes known as "Keltic"). Just like in neighbouring Cornwall, a darker variant noted for higher cheekbones and a more convex nose on males can be identified hinting to an Atlantic continuum from Portugal to the British Isles (~Atlanto-Med).
- Type 2 : Rufous, brachymorphic, wide forehead, little and low-rooted nose, wide set eyes, wide jaws, heavy browridges
- Final morphotypes :