- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Dark complexion (dark hair but rather pale skin), brachymorphic, broad face, round features, short and broad nose, wide-set eyes, wide-spaced sloping and rather chinky eyes
This type was abundantly found in Portuguese and Leonese areas : it would fit a "Berid" definition. It seems to be quite widespread in the whole NW corner of the Iberian peninsula.
- Type 2 : Intermediate complexion, leptomorphic, narrow "horsy" face, long and straight nose, high cheekbones, a rather broad jaw, close-set eyes, rather narrow eyelids
This is a basic Castillian type : very angular features and a rather broad nose at the basis are striking secondary features that were already encountered in Zamora for instance. Yet, individuals are not as "dark" as their "Zamorano" counterparts.
Eventually, more classical Mediterranoid and pan-Iberian individuals are found. They are noted for a rather large face and a narrow and aquiline high-rooted nose (aka "dinaricized"). Light eyes are not an oddity.
- Final morphotypes :