In pre-Slavic times the region was populated by Indo-European tribes known as the Lugii and Anarti, associated with the Przeworsk and Puchov cultures. They were followed by East Germanic tribes, the Goths and Vandals. After these vacated the territory, the West Slavs (Lendians and Vistulans) moved in (see here for more information).
* : Hence why I use former administrative divisions which matched better cultural and ethnic areas of Poland.
- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Light complexion (from medium dark-brown to blonde hair), brachymorphic, large head, little and distanced oblique eyes, low orbits, broad and straight nose, weak browridges, large jaw, receding chin
Old anthropology named this type "Gorid". It's very prevailing in the area amongst men. A darker series :
Some individuals do have characteristic snub-tipped concave noses and very oblique eyes.
- Type 2 : Light complexion, leptomorphic, leptoprosopic, narrow eyes, long and narrow straight nose, high forehead, large jaw, pointy chin
- Final morphotypes :