Ariets Research Blog

January 2, 2009

Ol’skool classy stuff

Filed under: -Typology — Ariets @ 8:06 pm

In fact very ol’, worth to look , but take it not so seriously as modern datas and printings (don’t forget it has over hundred years, duuude).

  1. Joseph Deniker, The races of man (1900)
  2. William Zebina Ripley, The races of Europe (1899)
  3. Giuseppe Sergi, The Mediterrean race (1901)

2 Comments »

  1. Please Move It To Jokes And Humor Section

    THE RACES OF EUROPE
    A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY
    (Lowell Institute Lectures)
    WILLIAM Z; ‘RIPLEY, Ph.D.

    All the modern Slavic peoples of northern Europe approximate to the Alpine type ; from which it follows that intermixture of them with the Teutons ought normally to produce shorter stature, darker hair and eyes, and, most persistently of all, an increased breadth of head.

    Two thirds of these Baltic peoples appear as pure blonds. The Poles are nearly as light, apparently. Majer and Kopernicki,f in fact, found more blond types among adults even than Virchow did among his German school children; and this, too, despite the fact that the blondness of the latter would surely decrease with growth.

    344
    If the eastern Prussians have been proved do be Slavonized Teutons in type, why not assume with equal surety that the western Poles are Slavs, Teutonized away from their original characteristics? Action and reaction in anthropology, as in physics, must always be equal and opposite in effect. Only thus can we account for the increased longheadedness in parts of Poland.

    Comment by cret — January 8, 2009 @ 9:35 am

  2. To Humour section? Why so? Its already in typology section, does that mean anything else mate😛 ?

    Comment by ariets — January 8, 2009 @ 10:33 am


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