Stephen Miller, professor emeritus of classical archaeology at the University of California, Berkeley, points to ancient graffiti in the entrance tunnel of the 320 B.C. stadium at Nemea, in southern Greece, on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Miller, who led excavations at the site starting in the 1970s, says it is in danger of closing to the public due to ongoing state staff cuts in crisis-hit Greece and failure by authorities to find alternative sources of funding. Nemea was one of the main sites of ancient Greek games, along with Olympia, Delphi and Isthmia. Miller led the modern revival of the Nemean Games, heald at the site every four years since 1996. (AP Photo/Derek Gatopoulos)
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