|young women of eastern Nordic type|
Published, edited, reformatted, certain images (the risqué ones) added & annotations/comments (in red) by Kenneth S. Doig
The name, coined by Lundman, derives either from the association of the type with eastern Europe, or from its eastern provenience in relation to the Hallstatt and Keltic Nordid types.
|Tanya Dziahileva: She does have an East-Nordid |
influence which can be seen in the higher cranial
vault, narrower- & higher-bridged nose & probably
Stabilized blend of a dominant high-headed Corded element with less important eastern European gracilized low-headed Cro-Magnoids, the former of which is often resurgent in East-Nordid individuals.
(Elsa Sylvan), close
kin to East-Nordid's
Other elements, e.g. Hallstatt Nordid, may have been involved, but they are secondary to the above-mentioned. For further speculation on the topic of Nordid origins, please review the main page of the Nordish Gallery.