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    Health of Late Prehistoric-Early Historic Population from Non Pacha Kao Archaeological Site, Ban Krabueang, Bua Yai District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province. 

    Collection: Theses (Ph.D) - Archaeology / ดุษฎีนิพนธ์ – โบราณคดี
    Type: Thesis
    Naruphol WANGTHONGCHAICHAROEN; นฤพล หวังธงชัยเจริญ; RASMI SHOOCONGDEJ; รัศมี ชูทรงเดช; Silpakorn University. Archaeology (Silpakorn University, 2/1/2019)
    This study aims to understand the general health status of the population, the difference in health status between sexes within the population group and also the difference between the other groups in Northeast Thailand. ...
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    Gender of Khok Phanom Di: An alternative interpretation 

    Collection: Theses (Ph.D) - Archaeology / ดุษฎีนิพนธ์ – โบราณคดี
    Type: Thesis
    Anusorn AMPHANSRI; อนุสรณ์ อำพันธ์ศรี; RASMI SHOOCONGDEJ; รัศมี ชูทรงเดช; Silpakorn University. Archaeology (Silpakorn University, 10/7/2020)
    This study referred to as “alternative interpretation” is conducted with an objective to project the prehistoric images of Khok Phanom Di communities through the concept of “Gender archaeology”. The researcher used this ...
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    The cultural development of Si-Thep as the hinterland ancient town prior to 14th century 

    Collection: Theses (Ph.D) - Archaeology / ดุษฎีนิพนธ์ – โบราณคดี
    Type: Thesis
    Anurak DEPIMAI; อนุรักษ์ ดีพิมาย; Saritpong Khunsong; สฤษดิ์พงศ์ ขุนทรง; Silpakorn University. Archaeology (Silpakorn University, 2/7/2021)
    This study aims to explain and sequence the cultural developments of Si Thep as a hinterland ancient town. The results of the analysis classified the developments into four phases as follow:    Phase I (4th – 5th century): ...

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