Marian Biskup

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Marian Biskup
BornDecember 19, 1922
DiedApril 16, 2012(2012-04-16) (aged 89)
AwardsPrize of the Foundation for Polish Science (1992)

Marian Biskup (December 19, 1922 – April 16, 2012) was a Polish historian, author and academic, who specialized in the history of the Baltics, Pomerelia, Teutonic Order, Prussia, Toruń and Copernicus. He was a member of the International Commission for the study of the Teutonic Order.


Biskup was born in Inowroclaw. He wrote on a number of historical subjects and particularly Nicholas Copernicus.[2] Biskup was known for his work on the history of Toruń.[3]


  1. ^ Zmarł wybitny historyk - Wiadomości
  2. ^ Nicolaus Copernicus Gesamtausgabe: Urkunden, Akten und Nachrichten: Texte und Übersetzungen, ISBN 3-05-003009-7, pp.23ff. (online); Marian Biskup: Regesta Copernicana (calendar of Copernicus' Papers), Ossolineum, 1973, p.32 (online). This spelling of the surname is rendered in many publications (Auflistung) [1]
  3. ^ Toruń Archived 2011-07-20 at the Wayback Machine