|Died||1605 (aged 69–70)|
Aaron Abiob (Hebrew: אהרן אביוב) (1535–1605) was Turkish rabbi of Salonica. He was the author of Oil of Myrrh, in the Yiddish known as Shemen ha-Mor (ex ravvinorum Myrrhoe commentariis Oleum), and was commentary on the Book of Esther. He lived and flourished in Salonica about 1540' his work being first printed in 1601, and living for some time in Constantinople.
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