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    Where can he pass? He isnt american or latinamerican.

    Thanks.

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    Balkans & some parts of the Caucasus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraman View Post
    Balkans & some parts of the Caucasus.
    Interesting, list me nations' names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllyEmmy View Post
    Interesting, list me nations' names.

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    Romania, Bulgaria, regions in the Caucasus like; Georgia, Abkhazia, and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraman View Post
    Romania, Bulgaria, regions in the caucasus like; Georgia, Abkhazia, and so on.
    Many say me that looks eastern european indeed!
    Can pass in other nations in eastern europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllyEmmy View Post
    Many say me that looks eastern european indeed!
    Can pass in other nations in eastern europe?

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    I would say, there is the contrast between 'Caucasian' and 'Slavic' phenotypes. Overall, I'd say the look is more Caucasian than the main phenotype in Eastern Europe which is Slavic. So, I'd say South East Europe (which hosts a degree of both Slavic and Caucasian) is the best, and maybe could pass in Eastern Europe for atypical possibly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraman View Post
    I would say, there is the contrast between 'Caucasian' and 'Slavic' phenotypes. Overall, I'd say the look is more Caucasian than the main phenotype in Eastern Europe which is Slavic. So, I'd say South East Europe is the best, and maybe could pass in Eastern Europe for atypical possibly.
    Ok. I see.
    Which ancient populations have influenced his traits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllyEmmy View Post
    Ok. I see.
    Which ancient populations have influenced his traits?

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    I would say the main element is Western Steppe Herder, in my opinion. With a varying degree of Farmer ancestry (but probably more so the FunnelBeaker type) as well. I can't successfully conclude which has influenced most. But I could see there is some alpinisation going on probably from Western Steppe Herders. Granted, it may have came from the Caucasian strain of Western Steppe Herders of the Satsurblia Cluster as some Caucasians have this element aswell. As some like to call it "Mtebid".

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraman View Post
    I would say the main element is Western Steppe Herder, in my opinion. With a varying degree of Farmer ancestry (but probably more so the FunnelBeaker type) as well. I can't successfully conclude which has influenced most. But I could see there is some alpinisation going on probably from Western Steppe Herders.
    Interesting! Tell me about steppe

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllyEmmy View Post
    Interesting! Tell me about steppe

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Steppe_Herders

    They're an ancestral population that descend from EHG & CHG (abbreviated for Eastern Hunter-Gatherers & Caucasian Hunter-Gatherers). They are also known as Yamnaya. The large variance shifts higher if you go North and East of Europe. Norwegians get one of the highest out of this, around 50% of their ancestry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saraman View Post
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_Steppe_Herders

    They're an ancestral population that descend from EHG & CHG (abbreviated for Eastern Hunter-Gatherers & Caucasian Hunter-Gatherers). They are also known as Yamnaya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EllyEmmy View Post
    Cool! Can we talk on messenger? Its more easy

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