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Antonín Salač and the French School at Athens
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access to those materials. Salač’s petition was supported by the recommendations of two scholars. The first was his mentor at the Prague university, the epigrapher František Groh (1863–1940). Groh, by Salač’s account, cared for him ‘like a father’ (1940: 411)20 during his time in Greece; the two were close until Groh’s death. The other recommendation came from Ernest Denis (1849–1921), a historian of central Europe and a supporter of the struggles of Austria-Hungary’s Slavs – especially, its Czechs – for nationhood. During the First World War, Denis campaigned for

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