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julia90
31-05-13, 01:41
http://www.giornalettismo.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/elisabetta-gregoraci-7.jpg






http://l1.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/bE8CJ_Fv6hFjCj0DP3Qjaw--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7cT04NTt3PTYzMA--/http://l.yimg.com/os/251/2012/04/05/tonia-new-bond-girl-jpg_093000.jpg

julia90
31-05-13, 01:45
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2510/3835747529_e7357d5d2d.jpg
http://nimg.sulekha.com/entertainment/original700/viviana-campanile-zagorianakou-hasna-xhukici-mareike-baumgarten-oroa-whitney-toyloy-2009-8-19-20-40-31.jpg

julia90
31-05-13, 01:47
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-MyO6wVuKJJw/TZ2KyAPbKFI/AAAAAAAAiR0/V3kIdkvGZSA/s1600/2010-09-15-09-49-52-1-francesca-testasecca-has-won-miss-italy-2010-th.jpg

oriental
31-05-13, 01:48
Top one is great.

julia90
31-05-13, 02:02
http://cdn.mondoreality.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/stefania-bivone-getty.jpg

adamo
31-05-13, 02:15
The one above is the only pretty one but she has imperfections

LeBrok
31-05-13, 04:43
The one above is the only pretty one but she has imperfections
Right, she's only human.

adamo
31-05-13, 05:23
Yes she is

Balder
31-05-13, 06:23
The most beautiful Italian woman (also Southern European) is Clizia Fornasier. She is from the Veneto, I think. Has awesome features.

julia90
31-05-13, 16:05
http://www.rbcasting.com/image/image_gallery?img_id=26870
a more northern european med look, could pass in France, switzerland, czech rep, poland

oriental
31-05-13, 22:43
The last one seems to be a mix of Natalie Portman and Angelina Jolie. She can pass in Israel too as Natalie and Angelina are Jewish ,I think.

julia90
31-05-13, 23:02
yes, i see some resemblance with portman

albanopolis
31-05-13, 23:26
In general Southern Italian, Greek, Bulgarian or Albanian women for that matter are not beautiful. The few that are beautiful are have no match or competitors. No ather country (maybe France) can come close. The countries where women are generaly beautiful are Chek women, Poles, Swedish, Danes.

adamo
03-06-13, 03:50
The most beautiful woman is carla ossa (Colombian of Spanish descent).

oriental
03-06-13, 04:24
I won't throw any out of the bed :grin:

zanipolo
03-06-13, 09:19
http://www.rbcasting.com/image/image_gallery?img_id=26870
a more northern european med look, could pass in France, switzerland, czech rep, poland

She is Clizia Fornasier noted from post #9

julia90
03-06-13, 14:36
Yes, and those kind of beauties and fenotipes are those exported in holliwood and abroad (think of bellucci, Sofia loren), a girl with the phenotype of cristiana capotondi or Martina stella isn't searched abroad as an italian actress.

oriental
03-06-13, 22:59
I noticed italian actresses dominate Hollywood in regards to European beauties - Silavana Mangano, Sohia Loren, Gina Lollobrigida, Pier Angeli, Laura Antonelli, Daniela Bianchi, Barbara Bouchet, Monica Belucci, Claudia Cadinale, Virna Lisi, Sylva Koscina, Elsa Martinelli, Alyssa Milano, Luciana Paluzzi, Rosana Podesta, etc.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Italian_actresses

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Italian-American_actors

http://www.ranker.com/list/hottest-italian-actresses/celeb-stalker

Yetos
03-06-13, 23:39
https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS4jHQjLg1vvjItWMUBp2SwDkIPcGrDO 8h9Dceste278jl-xZer


until today she is consider as national star in Greece

http://www.pinnokio.gr/Uploads/images/alikimauro.jpg

aliki Vougiouklaki (αλικη βουγιουκλακη)
she was wavy light brown(brown-blonde) hair, but she insist to colour them yellow-blonde.

http://www.kathemera.gr/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/aliki1-280x245.jpg


https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSONHyh4tCbG-E0ywLeBkKDIEcTuQjkhqdpRSe8jvZBEtbNAk73xA


the beauty of some people is that what ever colour, what ever style, they always are in top.

adamo
04-06-13, 00:24
Carla ossa

Nobody1
04-06-13, 06:42
Pier Angeli - from Sardinia - Classical Mediterranean [Gracile Medit.]

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSNonU_wY6t-2HEQaB6wmlHwTeWoUaHGwc_4rmZtp7n0uZB6dw7UQ

........whats good enough for James Dean is good enough for me

zanipolo
04-06-13, 08:47
http://cdn.mondoreality.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/stefania-bivone-getty.jpg

Is this you, Julia?
If so, you can also go to hollywood............there is nothing wrong with this beauty

julia90
04-06-13, 14:23
no, i'm not.. she's a Miss Italy.. XD

adamo
04-06-13, 20:22
My sister looks better than that, and she's a miss 'nobody special in society".

Balder
05-06-13, 07:10
She is Clizia Fornasier noted from post #9
Yes, and she deserves more pics.. :wink:
http://www.seratiamo.it/img/cms/qqinhramto5qmk450jm3l0m12009826175153_Prefix_Name_ CliziaFornasier_grande.jpg

http://ilarge.listal.com/image/4184182/936full-clizia-fornasier.jpg

Balder
05-06-13, 07:42
More internationally famous.. Italian actresses

Asia Argento (Ancient Etruscan look!). Triple X..

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-CcO6T7cMAjg/T7NWQoxbYhI/AAAAAAAAAx4/KI02iJj_gyE/s1600/asia_argento_12-1024.jpg



Violante Placido, she appeared alongside George Clooney in the drama-thriller The American.

http://www.short-haircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Violante-Placido-hairstyle.jpg



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Cristiana Capotondi, played the Austrian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria in an German/Austrian/Italian modern co-production of 'Sissi'.

http://blog.leiweb.it/novella2000/files/2010/11/cristiana-capotondi-in-una-scena-di-come-tu-mi-vuoi-48871-460x703.jpg

adamo
05-06-13, 10:08
They all look pretty European to me, and not at all Etruscan, and ugly, Etruscan girls are particular, very olive skin and black hair, looking very "distinct" from typical European females. Almost like an extension of the Judeo-Armenian race, you can find them in Italy, Italo-Americans, Italo-Canadians, they are everywhere lol

adamo
05-06-13, 10:17
Wats that girls name of miss italia I want to see another photo of her

Vallicanus
05-06-13, 10:52
They all look pretty European to me, and not at all Etruscan, and ugly, Etruscan girls are particular, very olive skin and black hair, looking very "distinct" from typical European females. Almost like an extension of the Judeo-Armenian race, you can find them in Italy, Italo-Americans, Italo-Canadians, they are everywhere lol

Please can we have pictures of these modern "Etruscan" girls you so dislike.

adamo
05-06-13, 11:13
I'm not good with italian celebrities so. Couldn't name you any famous ones but I know exactly what I am talking about, there are the mixed ones that have black hair and brown eyes but are still white and then there are the ones that look like they're from Palestine or Arabia, really dark.

Nobody1
05-06-13, 11:13
Here are some Greco-Roman chicks - straight out of Magna Graecia

http://www.lifeinitaly.com/files/bikini-history.jpg

adamo
05-06-13, 11:19
Yeah. Look at those faces. Thick eyebrows, eyes too close to each other, black hair; an Etruscan Jew face lol, with those heavy thick black eyebrows reminiscent of middle eastern Ionian Greeks.

adamo
05-06-13, 11:20
Some are beautiful though, there are many exceptions as in all other ethnic groups! : )

adamo
05-06-13, 11:23
I have a saying: I have never seen an ethnic group with superior or only good-looking people (95% of people of ALL ethnic groups are ugly or average looking) but I've never seen an ethnic group that didn't at least have 1 good-looking person.

Vallicanus
05-06-13, 16:05
Are you anti-Jewish?

it sounds like it.

My idea of what you call "Etruscan" is Sofia Loren who comes from Campania not Tuscany anyway.

adamo
05-06-13, 16:07
Well you got the wrong idea, she's way too white to be an Etruscan.

adamo
05-06-13, 16:08
No I'm not anti-Jewish, quick to point fingers I see lol

julia90
05-06-13, 18:54
Asia Argento is quite similar to me, typology wise. There is a reason too she's half tuscan.

zanipolo
06-06-13, 09:29
Asia Argento is quite similar to me, typology wise. There is a reason too she's half tuscan.

She looks lucchese ( NW tuscan) to me, a bit old etruscan and ligurian mix

zanipolo
06-06-13, 09:30
More internationally famous.. Italian actresses

Asia Argento (Ancient Etruscan look!). Triple X..

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-CcO6T7cMAjg/T7NWQoxbYhI/AAAAAAAAAx4/KI02iJj_gyE/s1600/asia_argento_12-1024.jpg



Violante Placido, she appeared alongside George Clooney in the drama-thriller The American.

http://www.short-haircut.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Violante-Placido-hairstyle.jpg



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Cristiana Capotondi, played the Austrian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria in an German/Austrian/Italian modern co-production of 'Sissi'.

http://blog.leiweb.it/novella2000/files/2010/11/cristiana-capotondi-in-una-scena-di-come-tu-mi-vuoi-48871-460x703.jpg

2nd picture looks typical trentina, south tyrol...petite

adamo
06-06-13, 11:54
http://i943.photobucket.com/albums/ad272/admilan89/Picture0090.jpg

adamo
06-06-13, 11:55
That looks Etruscan to me

binx
06-06-13, 12:34
They all look pretty European to me, and not at all Etruscan, and ugly, Etruscan girls are particular, very olive skin and black hair, looking very "distinct" from typical European females. Almost like an extension of the Judeo-Armenian race, you can find them in Italy, Italo-Americans, Italo-Canadians, they are everywhere lol

You are imbued with prejudices.

binx
06-06-13, 12:41
Asia Argento is quite similar to me, typology wise. There is a reason too she's half tuscan.

Here is Asia's Tuscan mother, Daria Nicolodi (born in Florence, Tuscany). She doesn't have an Etruscan, Near Eastern or Mediterranean look (Or better, the Etruscan's or Mediterranean's stereotype according to you and Adamo). Asia Argento's father (Dario Argento) is of Sicilian origins. And according to me, Asia looks more like her father. So I guess Julia, that You have also some Sicilian inheritance.

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mcb3toh2ni1qdlvg6o1_r1_500.png


Dario Argento, Asia's father, of Sicilian origins.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d4/Dario_Argento_at_the_Brussels_International_Fantas tic_Film_Festival_in_2007.jpg

binx
06-06-13, 12:53
Are you anti-Jewish?

it sounds like it.

My idea of what you call "Etruscan" is Sofia Loren who comes from Campania not Tuscany anyway.

Seems that Adamo has read too many books of Julius Evola and Adriano Romualdi, two well-known thinkers and supporters of Roman Neo-Fascism and two well-known denigrators of Etruscan civilization.

Nobody1
06-06-13, 12:58
In case people dont know what Etruscans look like:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-HgJKSVHC1EI/T5gKUdlA_GI/AAAAAAAABK4/UW1TSpbaOAk/s1600/Etruscan_Painting_1.jpg

http://sycalaelen.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/dancers_etruscans.jpg

http://www.southalabama.edu/univlib/instruction/coursepages/arh492.gif


Anthropologically the Etruscans are Dolichocphalic and closest to the Semitic Phoenicians [Pruner-Bey / Nicolucci]
Classification - Mediterranean and Medit./Orientalid [Caucasoid] sub-races

Historically the Etruscans are descended from the East Mediterranean
[Herodotus - Lydia / Dionysius - Thessaly]

Madison Grant - The Passing of the Great Race (1922)
-"The Umbrian state was afterward overwhelmed by the Tyrrhenians or Etruscans, who were of Mediterranean race and who, by 800 B.C. had extended their empire northward to the Alps and temporarily checked the advance of the Nordics."-

This can be considered a prove of inter-mixing with the Indo-European Umbrians
[Female Umbrian / Male Pelasgian Tyrsenoi]
http://previews.agefotostock.com/previewimage/bajaage/219cc57b9474f74f441e680b754926d1/INH-558564.jpg

binx
06-06-13, 13:11
This can be considered a prove of inter-mixing with the Indo-European Umbrians
[Female Umbrian / Male Pelasgian Tyrsenoi]
http://previews.agefotostock.com/previewimage/bajaage/219cc57b9474f74f441e680b754926d1/INH-558564.jpg

There is no doubt that Etruscans were mixed with Indo-European people (Umbrians, first of all). In many frescoes, there are blondie and redhead women.

In Fiesole, Northern Tuscany, in Etruscan inscriptions was found the surname Arianas.

Prendiamo, per esempio, il gentilizio Arianas registrato nell'Etruria interna, a Panzano presso Fiesole, e in un'epoca alta come il V, o forse addirittura il VI, secolo. Esso va interpretato direttamente e semplicemente come "ariano" e costituisce la forma etrusca che gli stessi "arii" o "ariani" usavano per identificarsi.

http://books.google.it/books?id=nOJdXgHV3xsC&pg=PA73

It's considered a prove that Etruscans inter-mixed with Indo-Arians people when They were still in Anatoly.

Nobody1
06-06-13, 13:30
Dario Argento, Asia's father, is also part portuguese-(brazilian); very good Horror Movies

binx
06-06-13, 13:44
Dario Argento, Asia's father, is also part portuguese-(brazilian); very good Horror Movies

Right, his mother was Elda Luxardo, a brazilian-born fashion photographer.

Eldritch
06-06-13, 21:33
Melissa Satta from Sardinia is a woman without rivals.


http://i.imgur.com/HjIsSBC.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/ssjVTlY.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/bHVQiH7.jpg

adamo
06-06-13, 22:39
Nobody1 got it spot on. They resembled Assyrian types more or less, black thick hair, brown eyes etc.

Nobody1
07-06-13, 01:52
In case people dont know what Etruscans look like:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-HgJKSVHC1EI/T5gKUdlA_GI/AAAAAAAABK4/UW1TSpbaOAk/s1600/Etruscan_Painting_1.jpg

http://sycalaelen.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/dancers_etruscans.jpg

http://www.southalabama.edu/univlib/instruction/coursepages/arh492.gif


Anthropologically the Etruscans are Dolichocphalic and closest to the Semitic Phoenicians [Pruner-Bey / Nicolucci]
Classification - Mediterranean and Medit./Orientalid [Caucasoid] sub-races

Historically the Etruscans are descended from the East Mediterranean
[Herodotus - Lydia / Dionysius - Thessaly]

Madison Grant - The Passing of the Great Race (1922)
-"The Umbrian state was afterward overwhelmed by the Tyrrhenians or Etruscans, who were of Mediterranean race and who, by 800 B.C. had extended their empire northward to the Alps and temporarily checked the advance of the Nordics."-

This can be considered a prove of inter-mixing with the Indo-European Umbrians
[Female Umbrian / Male Pelasgian Tyrsenoi]
http://previews.agefotostock.com/previewimage/bajaage/219cc57b9474f74f441e680b754926d1/INH-558564.jpg



This is another Etruscan fresco from [3rd cen BC] -Tarquinia;
http://www.maravot.com/Etruscan_banquet7.gif

pos. the Pelasgian Tyrsenoi did not migrate with a sufficient female population,
so they had to select amongst the pre-existing Indo-European Umbrians;

Dianatomia
09-06-13, 14:17
Dario Argento, Asia's father, of Sicilian origins.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d4/Dario_Argento_at_the_Brussels_International_Fantas tic_Film_Festival_in_2007.jpg

That Sicilian looks so much like this Greek former Basketball coach, Kostas Politis.

5891

Cambrius (The Red)
12-06-13, 05:01
Phenotypically, Greeks and S. Italians / Sicilians are rather similar. They are near one another autosomally.

oreo_cookie
12-06-13, 06:23
Phenotypically, Greeks and S. Italians / Sicilians are rather similar. They are near one another autosomally.

Northern Greece (Macedonia, Thessaly, Epirus etc.) is a little bit different and more Balkan influenced genetically and phenotypically but overall southern Peloponnesians, Sicilians & Calabrese, Cretans, Aegean islanders, and Anatolian Greeks are very similar.

Boss
12-06-13, 08:22
I'm probably off-topic (not alone though!) but do some of those (the top two in particular) Etruscan frescoes vaguely resemble Minoan frescoes or is it just me?

Etruscan:
http://people.ucls.uchicago.edu/~bwildem/art_hist_laba/etruscan/etr_leopards.png


Minoan:

http://www.visit-ancient-greece.com/image-files/knossos-fresco.jpg
http://employees.oneonta.edu/farberas/arth/Images/ARTH209images/minoan/thera_antelope.jpg

Yetos
12-06-13, 09:03
you are correst,

Etruscan are also the Thyrrenians, the Pelasgians,

adamo
12-06-13, 09:40
Anciently, the Minoans were anatolians, so where the Etruscans, these people where heavily J2a from turkey and before that links to many other parts of the northern Middle East (fertile crescent ex: turkey, Armenia, Georgia, Lebanon, northern Syria, northern Iraq, northwestern Iran etc. where J2a is still very frequent today.)

Boss
12-06-13, 10:00
Ok sorry about that off-topic. Now then, on-topic:

Evelina Papantoniou.

http://www.digital-camera.gr/photos/ebelina_papantoniou.jpg

http://static.cinemarx.ro/poze/persoane-mari/2009/10/Evelina_Papantoniou_1254987947.jpg
http://www.ohsochic.gr/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/evelina_new-470x626.jpg

Athenian I think.

julia90
12-06-13, 18:12
Yes, tuscany received in antiquity a wawe of commercial trade with Minoans, some Minoan Potter makers emigrated here; then finale the migrations of etruscan (their language was the same as the one in Lemnos island), an elite who imposed itself on the native population a mixture of pre indoeuropean italians (akin to sardinians) and indoeuropean people (italics and some gauls), the latter element pre indo was maybe more numerous.
this are todays tuscans, with also minor germanic elements.

adamo
12-06-13, 20:29
Tuscany has very high R1b u152 like 35-37%. Modern Tuscans are very linked to franco-swiss Gauls that migrated from Switzerland, the "Sankt Gallen" a.k.a sanctuary of the gauls. 1 out of every 2 male lineages in Switzerland are R1b of the u-152/R-S28 variety. Not to mention much of France has 18-20% R1b u152. In fact, the Senones of north-eastern France on the border of Belgium, are founders of Siena before moving the opposite side to the Rimini area coast of Marche region. As for J2 in Tuscany, it never passes 15-20% in any part of the region but yes these are your "Minoan" types you speak of, Anatolian mainlanders to be more precise. In terms of "people akin to Sardinians" I have my doubts personal, they where overwhelmingly the minority in any case. There may ave been an earlier substratum of R1b u152 men as well, during an invasion that took place long before the Gallic invasions but this is merely speculation and certainly not fact. As for other germanics, yes there are rare few I1 men and other R1b subclades as well; the overwhelming minority though, seems Italy was hit hard by a Gallic invasion and much much less from a Germanic one.

julia90
13-06-13, 01:22
the sardinean, is the substrate here, of pre indoeuropean:
Highest on sardinian
1 Sardinians
2 Basques
3 Iberians
4 Northern Italians
5 Tuscans

Yeah, the gallic element is very present here (but different to tell if it's gallic or italic)...
i could go on and on with people of gallic appearence here..
gianna nannini, pieraccioni, allegri..
people like those are more frequent than let's say david villa types or mario casas types, or cruz types.. to not say some extrem southern european types you find in iberia or greece.. like an albeloa alvaro.. could never be tuscan he would be seen as exhotic.. i dare to say germanic types are more frequent than albeloa alvaro types


probably celts and italics weren't so dissimilar...

Nobody1
13-06-13, 02:26
the sardinean, is the substrate here, of pre indoeuropean:
Highest on sardinian
1 Sardinians
2 Basques
3 Iberians
4 Northern Italians
5 Tuscans

Yeah, the gallic element is very present here (but different to tell if it's gallic or italic)

Its the Italics; - the Indo-European Umbrians [Ambronen]
The Gauls never settled Tuscany and those that came to Italy were exterminated by the Romans (Italics);

Tuscans cluster closest to North Italians

DiGaetano et al 2012
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0043759

http://www.plosone.org/article/fetchObject.action?uri=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0043759.g002&representation=PNG_M
Figure 2. SNP-Based PC of 1,014 individuals from the Italian dataset.
A. A Scatter Plot of the Italian population of the first two principal components obtained via R software (prcomp).
Individuals included belong to:
Northern Italy: black dots, Central Italy : red dots, Southern Italy : green dots, Sardinian: blue dots.
B. Italian population without the Sardinian-projected scatter plot of the first two principal components obtained via the R software (prcomp)

something that many other studies have confirmed,

--

However the Skull Index is more Dolichocephalic in Tuscany than the Brachycephalic North

http://imageshack.us/a/img694/4074/biasutti.jpg


Acc. to J. Deniker: Tuscany is more Atlanto-Mediterranean (Caucasoid) and the
North [Piedmont/Lombardy] is more Alpinoid (Caucasoid);

Gea
22-06-13, 00:28
In general Southern Italian, Greek, Bulgarian or Albanian women for that matter are not beautiful. The few that are beautiful are have no match or competitors. No ather country (maybe France) can come close. The countries where women are generaly beautiful are Chek women, Poles, Swedish, Danes.

So many Nordicists among you Meds,can't forget the looks I've gotten as a pale blonde :D

julia90
23-06-13, 02:28
So many Nordicists among you Meds,can't forget the looks I've gotten as a pale blonde :D

yeah, but the reverse is also true ;-).. med people are apprecited in northern and central europe

albanopolis
23-06-13, 05:13
yeah, but the reverse is also true ;-).. med people are apprecited in northern and central europe
I know personally an American women of Swedish heretage. She was studing Italian language just to go to Italy to meet Italian men.

Boss
23-06-13, 12:03
yeah, but the reverse is also true ;-).. med people are apprecited in northern and central europe

I don't know about Central Europe but some Brits do like Spaniards and Italians though I do not think they fare better than the French or the Scandinavians. So I think, at least as far as Britain is concerned, we don't enjoy any privileged position.

That said, I do not agree with Gea. I do not know what looks she got from "meds" but I haven't noticed any strong preference for blonde women (that is out of the ordinary ofc) among Greeks.

I also dunno why preferring blonde women is even considered nordicist but anyways...

kamani
24-06-13, 03:59
So many Nordicists among you Meds,can't forget the looks I've gotten as a pale blonde :D

are you bragging about it, or did it bother you? What you might have stumbled upon is the typical mediteranean macho attitude, always shamelesly looking for something..., but that's not reserved just for blondes. :)

FBS
28-06-13, 16:15
In general Southern Italian, Greek, Bulgarian or Albanian women for that matter are not beautiful. The few that are beautiful are have no match or competitors. No ather country (maybe France) can come close. The countries where women are generaly beautiful are Chek women, Poles, Swedish, Danes.

I would not agree with you. You have to come to Prishtina in the center just for one hour, it is like being in the beauty contest. As for Macedonian women, I agree, they aren't pretty. Here are a Kosovar ones:

http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRbgSDLNOYLqJMa3-zHiNb5f1p5uuwv6sORvyG4RNK396zy_zaC

http://www.yllpress.com/fotografite/artikujt/njomza_rozhaja.jpg
Here are two from Albania:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_LA7zryZfK4s/ScTEhoAxTqI/AAAAAAAAD-w/4dU_LbcriU4/s1600/rezarta-shkurta-019-me-orindahuta-panorama-500.jpg

Sybilla
08-08-13, 12:00
Let's give some mood to this thread.

Monica Bellucci (from Umbria, central Italy, Italic area)

http://ocdn.eu/images/pulscms/N2E7MDMsMCwyNTgsMSwx/341dcec0bce55d76f9be4af9214781c1.png
http://air.news.gr/cov/Mo/Monica-Bellucci-Brown-Eyes-1-1920x1200_b2.jpg
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-7J9Zu7Eb1J0/TtmmXVbuBMI/AAAAAAAABsE/urJ_V0GagI0/crawgirl.com-99571-monica-bellucci-09-122-544lo.jpg

Sybilla
08-08-13, 12:03
Manuela Arcuri (parents from Calabria, former Magna Graecia)

http://cdn1.stbm.it/pianetadonna/gallery/foto_gallery/gossip/mostra-del-cinema-di-venezia-31-agosto-10-settembre-2011-personaggi-famosi-al-lido/l-arrivo-della-splendida-manuela-arcuri.jpeg?-3600
http://files.gossip.it/mondanita/presentazione_nuovo_spot_della_norma/images/la_bellissima_manuela_arcuri_d2be.jpg
http://media.gossipblog.it/m/man/manuela-arcuri-sexy-per-solo-soprani/0ManuelaArcuri17_Chi3809.jpg

oreo_cookie
05-10-13, 04:09
This woman has a classic "Greco-Roman" look.. Elisabetta Gregoraci

http://www.football.co.uk/gallery/images/elisabetta_gregoraci/elisabetta_gregoraci_13.jpg