(Photographic Supplement, Plate 36)

European Dinarics: 1

Fig. 1 (3 views). An Englishman from Yorkshire; an excellent example of the Dinaric seafarers who invaded Britain in the Early Bronze Age. This man may be considered a type specimen of Bell Beaker brachycephal.

Fig. 2 (3 views). A less completely Dinaricized Netherlander from North Brabant.

Fig. 3 (3 views). A Frenchman from Lyon; typical of the local Mediterranean-Alpine product in much of France, especially in the northeastern half of the Republic.

Fig. 4 (3 views). A Slovak from Trsoka, Czechoslovakia. Although the Czechs themselves are predominantly Alpine, the Moravians and Slovaks are frequently Dinaric. This man could easily pass for a Frenchman.