A humble anthropological study of Europe
Some have a clear Dinaric or Balcanic looking especially in the "lepto" (longfaced) variant (the three women notably), deep set eyes horizontal prominence towards the center of the face (nose, chin). Others, more in the "brachy" (roundfaced) type possibly, have a Central-North European leaning. I fail to see any marker Basque or Iberian affinity although many individuals are ambiguous enough to be from almost anywhere in Europe. Maybe the most "Basque-looking", if any at all, is B4.
I've chosen to let people comment freely on my posts. Nevertheless, you'll lose your time taunting me and calling me a fascist (which I'm really not) : I pray you to read my introduction which will reassure that my intentions genuinely aim at achieving amateurish knowledge. I understand that you may not share my passion for the history of the peopling of the World, just don't let me know as clear conscience gained by bashing a humble documentary work is useless.