- 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.
- 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. Funnily enough, it is very prevailing amongst men and rarer amongst women contrary to other German areas. Note that such sexual dimorphism was also noted amongst other Baltic people such as the Polish people for instance. A dinaromorphic variant of that type somehow reminds us of South German and Austrian types.
- Final morphotypes :