In Memoriam

January 1987
Archaeology;Jan/Feb87, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p84
Reports on the death of Niki Scoufopoulos-Stavrolakes, founder of the Aegean Institute, a summer program in Greece for American students, on October 9, 1986 after a long illness.


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