Shaul Tchernichovsky (Hebrew: שאול טשרניחובסקי) or Saul Gutmanovich Tchernichovsky (Russian: Саул Гутманович Черниховский; 20 August 1875 – 14 October 1943) was a Russian-born Hebrew poet. He is considered one of the great Hebrew poets, identified with nature poetry, and as a poet greatly influenced by the culture of ancient Greece.
|Born||20 August 1875|
Mykhailivka, Taurida Governorate, Russian Empire
|Died||14 October 1943 68) (aged|
Jerusalem, British Mandate of Palestine
|Occupation||Poet, essayist, translator, doctor|
|Nationality||Russian by birth, immigrated to Palestine|
|Genre||Lyrical-erotic poetry, epic poetry|