Amnon Netzer

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Amnon Netzer
Amnon Netzer Hamburg 2007.jpg
Born April 9, 1934
Rasht, Iran
Occupation Writer, Historian

Amnon Netzer (Hebrew: אמנון נצר‎; November 1934 – February 15, 2008) was an Iranian-born Israeli historian, researcher, professor and journalist.[1][2] He dedicated much of his life to uncovering, analyzing, and recording the literature, culture, and 2,700-year history of Iran's Jewry.

He founded Israel Broadcasting Authority's Persian Service in 1958 and was a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem until his death in 2008.[3]

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  1. ^ An Annotated Bibliography of the Writings of Amnon Netzer, Institute of Asian and African Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (first draft, 2004)