Sood Sangvichien

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Sood Sangvichien (Thai: สุด แสงวิเชียร, 1907–1995) was a Thai medical doctor and anatomist. He taught anatomy at the Siriraj Hospital Faculty of Medicine, where he was a professor and served as head of the anatomy department and later dean of the faculty. He was particularly known for his work in archaeology and physical anthropology, which he pioneered in Thailand, making the first detailed studies of prehistoric skeletal remains in the 1960s.[1][2]


  1. ^ Subhava, Vadhana; Pramankij, Somsak; Solheim, Wilhelm G. (1997). "SOOD SANGVICHIEN, 1907-1995". Asian Perspectives. 36 (2): 260–264. JSTOR 42928412.
  2. ^ Halcrow, Sian; Tayles, Nancy; Pureepatpong, Natthamon; Boonlop, Korakot (2011). "Thailand". In Marquez-Grant, Nicholas; Fibiger, Linda (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Archaeological Human Remains and Legislation: An International Guide to Laws and Practice in the Excavation and Treatment of Archaeological Human Remains. Taylor & Francis. p. 623. ISBN 9781136879562.