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    Quote Originally Posted by tahir0010 View Post
    Pontos and Cappadokia Greeks with Laz Iranian and local Anatolia population. You said this, and I was saying that there are laz people in Iran as a question.. My family comes from Trabzon, and we are laz, but I have never heard of iranian laz.

    ok
    first search if you are a Laz or a Jani?
    second search the language of Laz of Efendisi,
    third search Colchian and the story of Medea.
    4rth search a typical custom of Laz from antique
    5th what year and where your family accepted Islam?
    cause among Laz Greeks Georgians and Turks many strange you will see.
    1-4 kingdoms, 1-4 languages 1-4 religions

    Iranian does not mean Persian exclusively.

    and Laz means Free, but from who Free?

    when I ask you about the tea in the photo Cay from Cayburnu
    my mind went to Pontic people, cause all of them here in Greece have such classes for tea,
    a kind of cultural identification,
    but your narrow-small mouth drived me to Chechenia,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetos View Post
    ok
    first search if you are a Laz or a Jani?
    second search the language of Laz of Efendisi,
    third search Colchian and the story of Medea.
    4rth search a typical custom of Laz from antique
    5th what year and where your family accepted Islam?
    cause among Laz Greeks Georgians and Turks many strange you will see.
    1-4 kingdoms, 1-4 languages 1-4 religions

    Iranian does not mean Persian exclusively.

    and Laz means Free, but from who Free?

    when I ask you about the tea in the photo Cay from Cayburnu
    my mind went to Pontic people, cause all of them here in Greece have such classes for tea,
    a kind of cultural identification,
    but your narrow-small mouth drived me to Chechenia,
    Sorry I have been away, but I will do this research tonight. Also this might need to be a new topic, but for example what is the difference in facial features between Northern Europeans, and white central asians. For example I live in Canada, and most people do not bat an eye at just assuming I am Irish, but what facial features separate for example my face from someone from north Eastern Europe minus the turban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetos View Post
    my mind went to Pontic people, cause all of them here in Greece have such classes for tea,
    That can't be a signal. Example I hate to drink another type of glass then "ince belli" and I don't have relaion with Pontus


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    Quote Originally Posted by tahir0010 View Post
    Sorry I have been away, but I will do this research tonight. Also this might need to be a new topic, but for example what is the difference in facial features between Northern Europeans, and white central asians. For example I live in Canada, and most people do not bat an eye at just assuming I am Irish, but what facial features separate for example my face from someone from north Eastern Europe minus the turban.
    You definitely don't look like a Irish, you are looking like North Caucausian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Your mother definitely looks more West Asian than you do, and I think you look more like your father, who, other than that he has rather narrow eyes, doesn't look very "Turkic" to me at all. He would pass as well, I think.

    While they may be a minority of the population there are indeed some turks who could pass as Southern European in my opinion, and maybe even further north.



    I think she's absolutely gorgeous. The hair looks dyed to me, although it's becoming. I bet it isn't that black in real life.

    Here she looks like Audrey Hepburn.

    40% of Turks are Serbs, Bosnian's, Albanians, Greeks, Georgians, Circasian, Armenians, Jewish etc... Western Turkey is basically Balkanic. Central Turkey I guess might be Asiatic. I never been there but just I am guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuPidh View Post
    40% of Turks are Serbs, Bosnian's, Albanians, Greeks, Georgians, Circasian, Armenians, Jewish etc... Western Turkey is basically Balkanic. Central Turkey I guess might be Asiatic. I never been there but just I am guessing
    They all look like north-caucasian women
    có che un pòpoło no 'l defende pi ła só łéngua el xe prónto par èser s'ciavo

    when a people no longer dares to defend its language it is ripe for slavery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    That can't be a signal. Example I hate to drink another type of glass then "ince belli" and I don't have relaion with Pontus

    People literally do not understand that the glass literally makes the tea taste better. People think I am joking when I refuse to drink tea out of anything that is not the turkish tea glass, but it seriously gives the tea a better taste out of glass. I do not know how people drink them out of Styrofoam I will never understand that or tea with milk. You are correct my family comes from Karadeniz, and I feel like in this area we all have a more Caucasian mountain look. I hope they do not get mad for this but I will put it Çayın sade içilmesi gerekir. Berraktır tıpkı bir Türk'ün ün yüzü gibi. Her zaman anlaşılabilir. Birşey saklamaz. Komşulara gösterdikleri.... kalpleri gibi berraktır.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tahir0010 View Post
    Sorry I have been away, but I will do this research tonight. Also this might need to be a new topic, but for example what is the difference in facial features between Northern Europeans, and white central asians. For example I live in Canada, and most people do not bat an eye at just assuming I am Irish, but what facial features separate for example my face from someone from north Eastern Europe minus the turban.
    On the left is an Irish person, on the right you.

    In my opinon these are some of the differnces...

    >Forehead: You have a smaller more round forehead than most Europeans.
    >Nose: You have a more curved and thin nose than most Europeans.
    >Eyebrows: You have more curvy eyebrows than most Europeans.

    That's just my opinon. Obviously both of you look basically the same because you're both human, have the same skin color, and have beards. But you definitely have features pretty much only found in the Middle East and he has features pretty much only found in Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuPidh View Post
    40% of Turks are Serbs, Bosnian's, Albanians, Greeks, Georgians, Circasian, Armenians, Jewish etc... Western Turkey is basically Balkanic.
    Yes, slightly more balkanic and other things. Even in the now there are plenty of Bosnian(2million), Albanian(1,3million), Georgian(1million), Circasian(2,5million). Majority of these people couldn't keep their languages but just the ethnic memory


    Quote Originally Posted by DuPidh View Post
    Central Turkey I guess might be Asiatic. I never been there but just I am guessing
    Asiatic sounds Far Asian but as in here, if we can use it with its historical meaning.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asiatic

    However that includes also Redsea-Arab-Levant region too. As member "cylnlts" central anatolians are highly Caucausian with 10% Central Asian addmix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Yes, slightly more balkanic and other things. Even in the now there are plenty of Bosnian(2million), Albanian(1,3million), Georgian(1million), Circasian(2,5million). Majority of these people couldn't keep their languages but just the ethnic memory



    Asiatic sounds Far Asian but as in here, if we can use it with its historical meaning.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asiatic

    However that includes also Redsea-Arab-Levant region too. As member "cylnlts" central anatolians are highly Caucausian with 10% Central Asian addmix
    Yes there are many Bosnian and Albanians. Georgian I guess you could chuck Laz in there also as Laz are originally Georgian. Circasian. You are right most people do not have the language, but like you said most people have the ethnic memory. We also have a lot of people whose names have become Turkish, but still have a none Turkish sound to it. If you get what I mean. Turkey is one of the biggest melting pots in my opinion. As we also even have the Rum. So I have noticed that no turk really looks the same. I have met Turkish people who I would have never known were Turkish because their look. I also get the same thing unless people know people from Karadeniz some Turks do not think I am Turk. Turks are a very wide range of looks as you said we have so much mixtures.

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