Mark of Toledo (fl. 1193-1216) was a Spanish physician and a canon of Toledo.
He produced one of the earliest translations of the Qur'an into Latin while working at the Toledo School of Translators. He also translated Hippocrates' De aere aquis locis, Hunayn Ibn Ishaq's versions of four of Galen's treatises.
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