European Antiquity Foot Classification

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ancient foot types

Do you have a foot Egyptian, Roman, greek or Sardinian? Here are the differences:

1. the Egyptian foot is the most widespread in Italy and is characterized by long fingers to climb, starting at dall’alluce decreasing until the fifth finger. Who has this shape may have difficulty with certain types of shoes. We must therefore ensure that the right toe space, otherwise end up staying compressed and contract in a position that in the long run it becomes painful. Better to opt for shoes with a bit convenient, too round, but members on the heel.

2. The Roman foot is characterized by leggermene front squat and wide. First, second and third finger are the same length, while the fourth and fifth fingers tend to be smaller. Who has a Roman foot should avoid pointy shoes and footwear in general too narrow and restrictive. The Roman foot bears bad even shoes with high heels because push forward the forefoot, reducing the space between the tip and causing more friction on the skin of the upper fingers., Head of calluses on the back of the finger.

3. greek The foot is the most versatile and is usually the most pleasant from the aesthetic point of view, as to be also called the foot “as a model.” Sleek and streamlined, this type of foot has the big toe is slightly shorter than the second and third finger, while the fourth and fifth fingers are slightly shorter and climbing. Who has the greek foot can afford to wear even longer than other shoes ‘extreme’ ie a narrow point with high heels, because your fingers have enough room to be arranged without overlapping each other or without hammer to fall. “

4. Sardinian The foot has the first and second finger of the same length, and the other three to climb. Form a little ‘less squat foot Roman, who has this foot should still try to avoid the pointy shoes. It is said that those who have this foot has a very marked sense of justice. Is it true?

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