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Description "Europäid" (Caucasoid) types.
1. Nordic ( Karl von Müller)
2. Dinaric (Tyrolian woman)
3. Mediterranean (Corsican)
4. Alpine ( Heinrich Kiepert)
5. East Baltic (Volhynian woman)
6. Turk of Karahissar
7. Bedouin
8. Afghan
Date 1932
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Author Meyers Blitz-Lexikon
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