The Dinaric race (or Adriatic race or Epirotic race) is an archaic term historically used to describe the perceived predominant phenotype of the contemporary ethnic groups of South-Eastern Europe (a sub-category of Europid Caucasians), by physical anthropologists and scientific racists in the early to mid 20th century. Such racial typologies have been rejected by modern anthropology for several reasons, especially since the rise of molecular anthropology.
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