- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Light complexion, brachymorphic, developed browridges, high and straight forehead, broad cheekbones, very broad jaw, rather wide-set eyes
This type is abundant in NW Europe. These individuals somehow show stronger affinities with their neighbouring Flemish counterparts than with Picard people : rather puffy features, very distanced eyes are features found in Dutch-speaking areas.
- Type 2 : Light complexion, leptomorphic, long "horsy" face, long nose, dinaromorphism, long and narrow jaw, close-set eyes
Once more, this is the infamous "horsy" phenotype so common amongst Dutch-speaking people already identified in Flanders. The area somehow confirms its "Flemish" affinities. Another series, albeit darker :
- Final morphotypes :