At 12:25 AM 5/15/99 , [log in to unmask] wrote:
>In a message dated 5/14/99 8:29:50 PM Central Daylight Time, [log in to unmask]
><< >Hmm are you sure? Biologically speaking, hispanic, Indians (India),
> >Italians (mediterraneans), French, Hungarians are all considered
> >Yet, they all look different. I hardly think an Italian being raised in
> >Ireland would be culturally and biologically Celtic would he?
> Can we back up a bit here?
> What are the distinguishing characteristics of a Biological Celt? >>
>Well this is plus, someone who actually seem to be on tune with the
>discussion. I have a book here somehwhere that discusses the characteristics
>of Bretons. It was a bit general though (if I remember correctly). Most of
>Europe intermingles a great bit between Celts, Germans, and Romans, so they
>may share many of the characteristics. However, some characterisitics
>consistent in group of people or concentrated in one area would suggest a
>common bond. Some one noted in the Isles around scotland there are distinct
>characteristics to those people. We even had reports of blond hair blue eyes
So, .. um .. what *are* the distinguishing features of "biological Celts"?