Simone Assemani (February 19, 1752 – April 7, 1821), grand-nephew of Giuseppe Simone Assemani, was born in Rome. He was professor of Oriental languages in Padua. He is best known by his masterly detection of the literary imposture of , a Maltese priest, which claimed to be a history of the Saracens in Syria.
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