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Shimon Markish (Russian: Симон/Шимон Перецович Маркиш, Hungarian: Markis Simon) (Baku, March 6, 1931–Geneva, December 5, 2003) was a classical scholar, literary and cultural historian, translator.
(1931-03-06)March 6, 1931
|Died||December 5, 2003(2003-12-05) (aged 72)|
|Nationality||ex-Soviet, Hungarian, Israeli, Swiss|
|Genre||history, literature, translation, classic studies|
|Notable works||Erasmus and the Jews; (1986)|