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    Default Greek foot vs Roman foot vs Egyptian foot

    It's just a poll to see how many users have the famous Greek foot, how many the Roman foot and how many the Egyptian foot.





    EGYPTIAN FOOT: the toe is longer than the second finger
    ROMAN FOOT: the toe is as long as the second finger
    GREEK FOOT: the second finger is longer than the toe.

    I have a Roman foot.
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    I have the Greek foot. It is also called Morton's toe. It can (and does in my case) lead to problems with arthritis in the joint of the first toe.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morton%27s_toe
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    Mine are Egyptian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veleda View Post
    It's just a poll to see how many users have the famous Greek foot, how many the Roman foot and how many the Egyptian foot.



    EGYPTIAN FOOT: the toe is longer than the other fingers
    ROMAN FOOT: the toe is as long as the other fingers
    GREEK FOOT: the second finger is longer than the toe.

    I have a Roman foot.
    This is like Celtic Vs Anglo-Saxon foot! With the Celtic foot its meant to look like the Roman one and with the Anglo-Saxon foot its meant to look like the Egyptian one.

    http://thecapitalscot.com/pastfeatures/feet.html
    http://www.notafreak.com/toes2.htm
    http://www.natmedtalk.com/general-di...eltic-toe.html
    http://irish-nationalism.net/showthr...eltic-Toe-quot

    These are all in fact something called Morton's toe, it seems to occur quite randomly in Caucasian ethnic groups but is associated with particular ones.

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    Oh, and I have the Roman or Celtic foot.

    The differences are probably local adaptations to certain landscapes. I can't really see Celts being linked to Romans and Greeks unless its Med influence or something and god-only-knows about the Egyptians.
    Its probably local ethnic adaptations.

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    Mine is Romano. You didn't set up the poll though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Labrador View Post
    Mine is Romano. You didn't set up the poll though.
    Yeah, click on "Thread tools" whilst the thread is still new and you'll be able to add one.

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    More the Greek Foot..

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtabria View Post
    Oh, and I have the Roman or Celtic foot.

    The differences are probably local adaptations to certain landscapes. I can't really see Celts being linked to Romans and Greeks unless its Med influence or something and god-only-knows about the Egyptians.
    Its probably local ethnic adaptations.
    It seems, and I repeat it seems that many celtic terms are similar to the latin of the origins (exmp. Inys - Insulae (island), caer-castrum (citadel)).

    Now, I don't know if this is due to the influence that Latin has had on the celtic of the british isles, or vice versa that the padanian celtic has had on the proto-latin, but from this and some other factors (roman division in "Gens", like the celtic "clan", for example) has recently been hypothesized relationship between the old two peoples.

    They were probably among the last Indo-European people that were separated each other.


    Anyway, i've roman foot
    I armi, i fomni, i soldacc, quand che in amôr
    I andava d' Marz, af voi cuntà in sti vers,

    Che fü in dol tèp che con tancc furôr.
    Al vign de za dol mar i Mor Pervers,

    Condücc dal re Gramant, so car signôr,
    Che voliva più Franza e l'univers.

    E destrüz sech Re Carol e i Paladì,
    Per vendicà sò Pader Sarasì.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtabria View Post
    Oh, and I have the Roman or Celtic foot.

    The differences are probably local adaptations to certain landscapes. I can't really see Celts being linked to Romans and Greeks unless its Med influence or something and god-only-knows about the Egyptians.
    Its probably local ethnic adaptations.
    Well, by linguistic and genetical studies it seems that the Celts and the Italics were pretty related and the Italics have arrived from central Europe too but probably before the Celts.
    As far for the Egyptian, I ignore the origin of the denomination.

    Quote Originally Posted by Labrador View Post
    Mine is Romano. You didn't set up the poll though.
    Poll opened.

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