agility. The color of the hair and eyes is rather neutral, at all events intermediate between the Teutonic and Mediterranean
races. There is a tendency toward grayish eyes, while the hair is more often brown. In these respects, however, there is great variability, and the transition to the north and south is very gradual. Climate or other environmental influence has in these
traits eliminated all sharp division lines. These peculiarities appear only when the type is found in extreme isolation and purity.
What name shall we apply to this second race, characterized by its great breadth of head primarily, and which has its main