It just seems so incredible, like a bad dream, but unfortunately this is no dream. He was a seriously good mate and a seriously good archaeologist, a unique man.
Everybody loved him, he just had a way with people. I cannot believe there was anybody who disliked him, he just had such a relaxed way.
He had incredible knowledge and an effortless way of making archaeology accessible to people.
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