Raevskaia, A. M.

Alexandra Raevskaia became fascinated with archeology when her husband was stationed in the Crimea in the 1840s; he, unfortunately, died young. She was best known as a collector, and for her plaster molds of artefacts. It’s not clear that she actually presented at the congresses she attended, but her name is sometimes mentioned, both in publications from them and other articles. She worked some with Bayern, and Anuchin wrote her obituary.