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Aaron Abiob (Hebrew: אהרן אביוב) (1535-1605) was Turkish and a rabbi of Salonica The authorship of Oil of Myrrh, in the Yiddish language known as Shemen ha-Mor, (ex ravvinorum Myrrhoe commentariis Oleum ), a commentary on the Book of Esther. He lived and flourished in Salonica about 1540' his work being first printed here in 1601, living also at some time in Constantinople.
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