Ayllon, Solomon ben Jacob

(1655-1728)
   Greek rabbi and kabbalist. He was born in Salonica. He became a follower of Shabbetai Tzevi. In 1689 he was appointed Hakham in London. He later served as rabbi to the Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam, where he came into conflict with Tzevi Ashkenazi.

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