Georgios Papachatzis

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Georgios Papachatzis
Born c. 1905
Chalkida, Euboea, Greece
Died 6 December 1991 (85-86)
Athens, Greece
Alma mater National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Ph.D., Law, 1932)
Workplace(s) Panteion University

Georgios Papachatzis (Greek: Γεώργιος Παπαχατζής; c. 1905 - December 6, 1991) was a Greek jurist, a noted professor of law (from 1943-1967) and one-time rector of the Panteion University in Athens, Greece.

During the 1960s and 70s, Papachatzis wrote several articles on a mysterious figure he called Paul Amadeus Dienach (Πάουλ Αμαντέους Ντήναχ) for the literary journal Parnassos and later published what he stated was a translation of Dienach's diaries, Η Κοιλαδα Των Ροδων (English: "The Valley of the Roses"), in which Dienach narrated what he learned and saw after being transported into another man's consciousness some two thousand years into the future following his falling into a coma in 1921.

Selected Bibliography

on P.-A. Dienach