- Jun 2012
Okay, perhaps Italian/Greek tend to be relatively a bit longer headed. There were several Greeks in our uni in England that time. There were in fact two in the same undergrad class as mine.I guess you have not been in Italy or Greece much, he doesn't look Italian or Greek , perhaps you can find similarity with some Sicilians or Spanish perhaps due to the fact that Arabs had been there for some time . Still Semite populations are fairly white skinned and are part of the caucasoid group , they also intermixed with indoeuropeans and preserved their language cultural group. Upper Royal class also is usually more light skinned than the rest of the population that is made of ethnicties of different origins.