- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Light complexion (aqua-blue eyes, dark blonde hair, ...), brachymorphic, little and concave nose, square-faced, broad forehead, wide-set eyes, large jaw
Even though Alpinoid types are the main types in the Alps, secondary features are quite important : broad noses, aqua-blue eyes, ... rather link those individuals with Piedmontese Alpinoid types than with neighbouring Germanic ones from Upper Wallis.
- Type 2 : Light complexion (from blonde to chestnut hair, light eyes, ...), more or less leptomorphic, straight nose, high cheekbones, close-set eyes
Many individuals indeed approach Nordo-Mediterranean metrics. Still, very "Germanic-looking" individuals (narrow "horsy" face, ...) are more of an oddity here, which is a sharp contrast with Upper Wallis.
Conversely, one can find dinaromorphic (Norid ?) individuals with a very arched nose, which is quite consistent of what we know of Arpitanian lands (see for instance for "Arpitanian" France : Dauphiné, Lyonnais).
- Final morphotypes :