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A. B. Dobsevage,

(deceased).

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AARON OF JITOMIR – A disciple of Baer of Mezhirich and a representative of the sect of the Ḥasidim: born about 1750; died about 1820. He wrote cabalistic homilies on the Pentateuch under the title "Toledot Aharon" (The Generations of Aaron),...
AARON HA-LEVI OETTINGEN – Galician rabbi; born about the beginning of the eighteenth century; died in Lemberg about 1769. He was one of a prominent family of rabbis, and officiated for the congregations of Javorov and Rzeszow. His father, Ḥayyim Judah...
AARON BEN PHINEHAS – Member of the rabbinical college of Lemberg, and appears in that capacity among the rabbis who had to decide a case in matrimonial law with regard to the marriage of the widow of a man who had been killed by the bands of...
AARON SABAONI – Editor of Moses Albaz's cabalistic ritual, "Hekal ha-Ḳodesh," to which he added notes, and which was printed in Amsterdam, 1653. It is conjectured that he was named after the city of Sabbionetta; but in the seventeenth century...
ABIGDOR BEN SAMUEL – A rabbi in Pruzhany, Rushony, Wilkowyszky, and Selva (Lithuania and Poland), from 1719 to 1768. Toward the close of his life he removed to Wilna, where his son Samuel was rabbi. He died there March 1, 1771. Responsa of his are...