1. R

    Classify me

    Hi, I’m new to this forum. Please classify me. I can share my DNA results afterwards. Thanks.
  2. EV13SON

    Europe's Last Hunter Gatherers? Pitted Ware Culture

    Credit goes to Dan Davis just sharing his video, found some of the information interesting...
  3. T

    How CHG did look like?

    I've seen reconstructions about WHG, yamnayas, ANE, neolithic farmers, etc but I haven't see yet a reconstruction of the CHG
  4. franci-s91

    Classify fair southern italian (me)

    From Italy (Salerno province) campania region Height : 1,84 Weight : 79 Kg Bodytype : between ectomorph and mesomorph Bloodgroup : 0+ Hair: light reddish brown in sun , reddish beard Eyes : Brown-Green Skin: pale Y-Haplogroup : J1-P58>ZS241>FGC13873>BY143137 Mtdna : H6a1b3 Autosomal Dna estimate...
  5. Alexandra_K

    Ethnicity estimates and phenotype?

    Hello everyone, I would like to ask something that I am curious about. Firstly, based on various ethnicity estimates (MyHeritage, 23andme, Ancestry, Gedmatch, Geneplaza, Gencove etc.) I appear to be more similar "ethnicity-wise" to my mother than to my father. I do not have much knowledge on the...
  6. C

    Nordic/Corded phenotype came from EEF?

    Considering that the Nordic a.k.a Corded and Mediterranean phenotypes are pretty similiar, except pigmentation and stature, and that they are differents from both UP types (WHG) and Kurgan types. A SYNOPSIS OF THE PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE CORDED WARE COMPLEX ON THE BACKGROUND OF THE...
  7. N

    origin of brachycephaly

    One of the big mysteries in the (European) phenotyping is the origin of brachycephalic. It looks like if the common opinion is that brachycephaly a typical product of the Bronze Age. But why, and from which direction, is still a matter of discussion. I found this interesting blog in which is...
  8. N

    European facial shape differentiation

    What's the origin of the European facial shape differentiation? I'am special interested in the origins of 'big broadheads', so with a broad bizygomatic. What is their origin: - hunter-gatherers DNA (WHG)? Cro-magnoid? - Steppe DNA (ENA)? - ....or? Eurogenes has given some hints, some SNP...
  9. N

    Beaker folk features in modern day Europe!?

    From earlier findings of Gerhard (1965) and Louwe Kooijmans (1974) until the state of the art research about the Bell Beakers, the description of their phenotype is very clear: 'tall, robust and most of all broadheadend (brachycephalic) and with a flat occiput.' My features are exact these but...
  10. Maciamo

    Looking for pictures of people with very high percentages of an regional admixture

    I have wonder for many years if "ethnic" or regional admixture are truly reflected in physical appearance or not. DNA segments used for genetic admixtures like those of Dodecad or Eurogenes do not necessarily contain a high percentage of genes affecting phenotypes. There could more of them that...
  11. S

    If autosomal dna defines appearence then...

    Don't take me wrong I am very proud of my country and I respect the diversity there is but still I want to state that Portugal mainly in the north and interior is a very mountanous country and there is a lot of diversity from one population to another and I don't bother but when I hear someone...
  12. LeBrok

    Recognizing ethnicity by the nose.

    By nature of our sense of beauty, the most avarage face, or nose in this case is the most beautiful. Look at this one: It is not even a real person but an image generated by averaging of many faces. It is not a very characteristic face, face to remember, yet is extremely balanced and...