Dorian Belecamus was a professor of Greek archaeology at the Sorbonne.[1]

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In 1922, Dorian Belecamus took part in an elaborate assassination attempt against King Constantine of Greece. Belecamus and her co-conspirator—and secret lover—Colonel Alexander Mandraki planned to pin the deed on one of her Sorbonne students, Indiana Jones.[2][3] She took Jones to Greece as an ancient Greek linguist where they tried to decipher an unknown Greek script called Liniu B.[1]

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