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(Stavros Lambrau) (1985-2053)  Friend and companion to Robert S. Lyon (tenth great-uncle to Fleet Admiral Robert S. Lyon III) during his archaeological excavation in Athienou, Cyprus.  Lyon, who was from the United States of America, spoke English, while Lambrau, a native of Cyprus, spoke Greek.  Neither knew the other's language very well, so between the two of them, they developed a very unique method of communication.  Lambrau taught Lyon enough greek to get by, and in return Lyon told him stories about America.  Stavros Lambrau followed Lyon around like a shadow, very eager to learn about Americans.  When Lyon left Cyprus, he did not see Lambrau again until 2005 when he returned to Athienou as a virtual reality consultant.  Lambrau, a soldier at this time in the Cypriot National Guard, prevented Lyon's capture when the Turks invaded from the north.  Stavros was killed during the nuclear holocaust of World War III in 2053.

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