Cornish Genetics - DNA of the Celtic people of Cornwall, SW England - cornish facial features


cornish facial features

Mar 21, 2016 · I wouldn't say their are any features which cannot be found in half of Western Europe. But these would be features that are common in Ireland. Long narrow noses, the tip can be a bit bulbous but the bridge will be narrow. Thick eye brows would be.

The facial features are chiseled with thick eyebrows. Not terribly common in England, but quite noticeable in Wales and Cornwall. Then there is the Anglo-Saxon, Viking and Norman look.

The department of Physical Sciences at the University of Kent carried out a research project which identified the most attractive facial features for men and women. Bright Side considered this topic to be very curious and decided to compare them with the 6 most attractive personality traits. Because we know that real beauty is on the inside.

Cornish people have long lived in southwestern Britain's Cornwall (Kernow) region and have their own variety of Celtic language, which is endangered but making a comeback.They are currently part of the political unit "England and Wales" but some people advocate devolution or independence for Cornwall.