Vladimir Shileyko

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Vladimir Kazimirovich Shileyko (also Shileiko, Shilejko Russian: Владимир Казимирович Шилейко) (February 14, 1891 — October 5, 1930) was a Russian orientalist (assyriologist, hebraist) poet (acmeist) and translator.

He was a second husband of Russian poet Anna Akhmatova.

He is known for his Russian translations of the Epic of Gilgamesh.

He died in Moscow of tuberculosis.