Cohen, Shalom ben Jacob (Ha-Cohen, Shalom)
- (1772-1845)German Hebrew poet of Polish origin. He joined the circle of maskilim in Berlin. In 1809 he revived the journal Ha-measseph, then in 1821, after settling in Vienna, he founded the annual Bikkure ha-Ittim. He later lived in Hamburg. He wrote poems on biblical themes and Jewish textbooks.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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