When Slavs settled in the area, they called the town Badin or Bdin, where the modern name comes from.
- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Rather dark complexion (from dark to medium blonde hair), brachymorphic, large head, little and distanced oblique eyes, low orbits, broad and straight nose, full lips, weak browridges, large jaw, receding chin
This is a very common type amongst South Slavs and their neighbours. More leptomorphic and Mediterranoid individuals are found as well.
- Type 2 : Intermediate complexion (pale skin color, grey/green eyes, chestnut hair, ...), more or less leptomorphic, long face, probably brachycephalic, narrow eyes, long and arched nose, rather low and receding forehead
That is a very common type in the Balkans already identified in other South Slavic lands such as Pelagonia.
- Final morphotypes :