- Sample :
- Brief anthropological analysis :
- Type 1 : Light complexion (blonde hair with ash-blonde shades, sometimes red shades, ...), leptomorphic, general robust features, high forehead, long and straight nose, large jaw, close-set eyes
This type, inbetween classical Trønder and East-Nordid types as identified by many authors, is quite typical from NE Europe. This local variant is very robust though and can get quite large-faced. It's also virtually absent from women. Some individuals are rather Finnish-looking because of some distinct features (a braoder nose, high cheekbones, full lips, slanted eyes, ...). "Darker"-featured individuals of some sort are found as well.
- Type 2 : Light complexion (medium light hair with ash-blonde shades, light eyes, ...), brachymorphic, general robust features, squared-box face, high and broad forehead, little and broad nose that can get concave, deep jaw, wide-set - sometimes slanted - eyes
While some individuals - mostly females - seem to be part of a pretty genetic Northern European variation, other individuals exhibit more striking features seldom seen elsewhere in Europe such as pseudo-slanted eyes. Such features may be more obvious on the following darker-featured individuals : it might hint to a slight actual Asian admixture.
- Final morphotypes :