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Nikki Vellidis 2019 Classics Alumna Cover Advances in Archaeological Practice

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Nikki Vellidis Cover Advances in Archaeological Practice

Nikki Vellidis, UGA Classics 2019 alumna and former Eta Sigma Phi, Zeta Iota President, appears on the cover of the August issue of Advances in Archaeological Practice, journal of the Society for American Archaeology. The cover accompanies an article about current work at the UGA Laboratory of Archaeology: "Long-Term Legacies and Their Challenges in the Age of Modern Curation at the University of Georgia": https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/advances-in-archaeological-practice/article/longterm-legacies-and-their-challenges-in-the-age-of-modern-curation-at-the-university-of-georgia/CF81413B5A5583A38C6F5738D5FFE0F7

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Tuesday, August 27, 2019 - 2:28pm

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