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Georgios Hatzidakis (Greek: Γεώργιος Χατζιδάκις; Myrthios, Crete, 11/23 November 1843 – Athens, 28 June 1941) was a Greek philologist, who is regarded as the father of linguistics in Greece. He was the first chair of Linguistics and Indian Philology at the University of Athens in 1890–1923.
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