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Name  Stine Rossel
Died  October 20, 2007
Education  Harvard University


Books  The Development of Productive Subsistence Economies in the Nile Valley: Zooarchaeological Analysis at El-Mahasna and South Abydos, Upper Egypt

Stine Rossel (1975 – October 20, 2007) was a Danish archaeologist. She was a postdoc and Instructor of Egyptology at the University of Copenhagen. Her interests included zooarchaeology, the effects of environmental change on animal use, and the rise of complex societies.

Stine was a zooarchaeologist who carried out analysis of faunal materials from several important archaeology sites in Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, and Sudan. She received her PhD in Anthropology from Harvard University in 2007, and her PhD was titled "The development of productive subsistence economies in the Nile Valley: Zooarchaeological analysis at El-Mahasna and South Abydos, Upper Egypt".

For many years she was involved archaeological investigations at Abydos, where she analyzed recovered faunal materials. Her contribution to this project includes her dissertation and an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the domestication of the donkey.

On October 20, 2007, while hiking in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, Rossel died in an accident.

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