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    Where is he from?

    Guess his ethnicity

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    He's too generic. He could come from far northern Italy, or the Alps, Southern Germany, or maybe even the British Isles/Low Countries.

    Can't tell.


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    British Isles: England.

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    North West Europe?

    Dutch, or the vicinity, Western Germany, England.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archetype0ne View Post
    North West Europe?

    Dutch, or the vicinity, Western Germany, England.
    Edit: Nice one Cato. Finding out who he is sent me down a rabbit hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    He's too generic. He could come from far northern Italy, or the Alps, Southern Germany, or maybe even the British Isles/Low Countries.

    Can't tell.
    He's not from there

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    To me, this man doesn‘t have typical British nor German facial features, (atypical nose, lips). Thus I think he‘s not English/British or German, etc. However, some Ashkenazi Jews look similar to him.

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    double post.

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    I'll give you a clue, he's atypical in his country, especially the pigmentation

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenpl View Post
    Slovakia, Austria ?
    He's not european

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    Ok, it's too difficult. He's Algerian from the Atlas mountains

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cato View Post
    Ok, it's too difficult. He's Algerian from the Atlas mountains

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    So, I got that right that he's not British nor German. Many people don't pay much attention to facial features when people have light eyes and hair. This man when going by his face reminds a bit of Albert Einstein.


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    My first thought was Askhenaze Jew, as said Real Expert. Not typically Alps; some 'danubian mediter' features for skull, but it isn't enough to determine. But the mix in his lips and nose would confirm some Jewih trend IMO.I cannot say more, as often.
    BTW Askhenaze Jews have often enough red or reddish head hair.

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    Apart the surprising ***mentation, it doesn't exclude some Near-Eastern today 'Arab' (not Bedwin!), there has been so much crossings in northern Near-East, for the most around BA and later! (Jews came from there and added just a little more crossings...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cato View Post
    Ok, it's too difficult. He's Algerian from the Atlas mountains

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    Is this the true answer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenpl View Post
    Cato, What is his name?

    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    Is this the true answer?
    Since you guys want to go down the same rabbit hole I went:

    https://mergueze.info/thor-heyerdahl...nd-the-aztecs/

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    "Abdel Kader Benamara was a thoroughbred Berber from the Atlas Mountains in Algeria."


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    He looks Nordic but mixed with something "exotic." I would have guessed Turkish or Armenian.

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    Did you read the article though? It's not like he is an outlier in his community. The guy that visited his village said he is one of many. It's not like some recent mixed turned him Dutch.

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    The Egyptians depicted the Lybians with white skin and blond hair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cato View Post
    The Egyptians depicted the Lybians with white skin and blond hair

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    A few were blond but the majority of Libyans were brunette.

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    This guy has not typically 'nordic' type head bones. Even less for fleshy parts.
    Concerning the blond mirage of Berbers, their lighter regions are roughly said around 5 % of blond/blondish hair, and around 40-50% of brown hair not very dark brown nor blackish; it is'nt a 'tsunami' of fair ***mentation, but in the countries they occupy it's very fair;
    ATW this is not true for all regions and Berbers are not an homogenous group. In kabylie I read they had around 4% or red hairs and 14% of freckling. If I rely on old studies, the fairer people are in Atlas (the most part in Northern Marocco), in Little Kabylia, in the Aurès, and Eastern shores of Tunisia.
    Among 'Arabs' the Anshiares (ancienly between Syria and Lebanon if I don't mistake, in mountainous parts, first) would have been even fairer (around 8% of blond/blondish hairs)

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    Looks mostly English

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