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Aaron-Ben-Chaim - (s. XVI)
Famous rabbi born in Fez in the middle of the 16th century, who was head of the synagogues of Fez and Morocco. To care personally for the printing of his works, he took a trip to Venice in 1609, where he died shortly afterwards. Among his most important works, it is worth highlighting the heart of Aaron, with commentary on the books of Joshua and judges; The offering of Aaron, or observations about the book of Siphra, which is an ancient commentary on Leviticus; The ways of Aaron, or Treaty of t Read more...

Aaron-Ben-Josef-Sason - (s. XVI-XVII)
Rabbi of Thessaloniki, also called Schascon, who lived in late 16th century and early 17th century. Became notable for their writings, among which are cited: Torath Emeth (the law of truth) and Sephat Emeth (the book of truth). Read more...

Aaron de Alejandría - (610-641 d.C)
Physician and philosopher born in the year 610 in Alexandria, and died in his hometown in 610-641 A.d., during the reign of Emperor Heraclio. He wrote a work of medicine divided into thirty treated, under the name of Pandects, which is nothing more than a collection of the writings of the Greek doctors in Syrian language. In that work, translated into Arabic by Maserdjoniah the year 683, speaks for the first time, smallpox disease who was born in Egypt, from where the Arabs spread it by countrie Read more...

Pedro Pablo Aaron de Bistricz - (¿-1760)
Religious of the order of St. Basil and Bishop of Fogaras in Transylvania; in the opinion of Holiness died the year 1760. His works on the Ecumenical Council of Florence are written in language valaca. Read more...

Pisaurensis Aaron de Pesaro - (s. XVI)
Italian Rabbi who lived at the end of the 16th century. With the title of generations of Aaron, he left a general index of all the passages of Scripture cited and explained in the Babylonian Talmud. Read more...

Aaron de Ragusa - (s. XVII)
Rabbi of the seventeenth century, author of the commentary on the Pentateuch and books of Sacred Scripture, published in Hebrew with the name of Aaron beard. Read more...

Aaron el Viejo. - (???)
Famous Kabbalist of the no is more than a letter entitled Epistle rationum, in qua continuntur cabaloe divinoe compendiose based. Read more...

Isaac Aaron - (s. XII)
Jewish interpreter who served the emperor Manuel Commeno at the end of the 12th century. He betrayed that Prince and was sentenced to it take out the eyes. Having usurped the throne Andronikos Commeno, Aaron advised him that not it would get the eyes to his enemies, but it cut them the language, which is a much more harmful body. Andronicus followed this advice and executed him immediately on the own Aaron. Read more...

Pedro Aaron - (1480-?)
Religious of the order of the Crosachieri (Crusaders), and Canon of Rimini; born in Florence about 1480, and died in the middle of the next century. He devoted himself to the study of harmony, and wrote several works about the art, such as De institutione harmonica, libri tres; Il Toscanello, music; Trattato della natura e cognizione di tutti li tuoni di canto fermo e figurate, etc... Read more...

San Aaron - (51-98)
Saint who suffered martyrdom during the persecution of Domitian; his body is buried in fall-Leon, metropolis of Wales. Read more...

San Aaron - (s. VI)
Saint who lived at the beginning of the 6th century, in Britain, where he founded the first monastery that gave rise to the city of Saint-Malo. Read more...

Aaron Zalaha - (¿-1293)
Spanish Rabbi died to 1293. He is author of a commentary published under the title of Sepher Hachinuk id est Liber Institutionis. Read more...

Isaac Aaronewitz - (s. XVI-XVII)
Polish Jewish printer named Isaac ben Prostitz Aarón. After prepare and acquire their presses in Italy, established in Krakow in 1569 a Hebrew printing press which were published in the following years many works of Jewish literature, Hebrew and yiddis, including the Talmud, the Babylonian Talmud (1602 SS and ss. 1616) palestinese (1609), the Zohar (1603), and other rabbinical and cabalistic works.BibliographyPOSNER, r., TA-SHEMA, I. The Hebrew Book. An Historical Survey. (New-York-Paris: Leon Read more...

Francisco de Aarsens - (1572-1641)
Dutch diplomat, born in the Hague in 1572 and died in 1641. In 1599 he was appointed resident Minister at the Court of France, and took part in the negotiations of the truce set between the States-General and Spain, under the guarantee of France. He then served another mission in Venice, and returned to France with the character of Ambassador, enjoying enormous credibility with Luis XIII and Richelieu. Their participation in the judicial murder of Yoden Barrevelt caused their continuous historic Read more...

Aartgems o Ergens - (1498-1561)
Dutch painter, also known with the name of Arturo Claesson; born in 1498 and died in 1561. Initially was charger of wool, and then he began to paint with such success that it has acquired fame and fortune, so a pension was offered to settle in Antwerp that he refused. He drowned after falling from a boat where he walked. Read more...

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