- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Light complexion (from medium brown to blonde hair with rufosity, blue eyes, ...), leptomorphic, general robust features, high forehead, long face, straight and rather wavy nose, large jaw, close-set eyes
This type, hesitating inbetween classical Trønder and Halstatt types as identified by many authors, is quite typical from North Germany. A darker variant can be found which is maybe more pan-Germanic (similar types are found as far south as Austria).
Eventually, more brachymorphic individuals are found fitting in a rather large Subnordid category that links Nordoid types with the second type. Rufosity is abundant and noses are generally convex.
- Type 2 : Light complexion (medium light hair with possible reddish undertones, light eyes, ...), brachymorphic, general robust features, squared-box face, high and broad forehead, little and broad nose that can get concave, strongly drawn lines around the oral cavity, rather full lips deep jaw, wide-set eyes
This type is quite widespread in Northern Europe. It is very prevailing amongst women. This very type might be a great source of differenciation between Northern Germany and Southern Germany.
- Final morphotypes :