History and the Saint of Aaron:
Aaron AharonAccording to the Holy Scriptures, he was the older brother of Moses and a descendant of the Tribe of Levi. Aaron is appointed minister and spokesman for Moses, and he was the one who conveyed Jehovah's message to the Israelites and Pharaoh.
Aaron along with Moses led the Israelite people out of Egypt, Korah, Dathan and Abiron chiefs of the tribes challenge him in the privilege of the priesthood; all placed their rods in the vernacular and according to the betrayal the only one that flourished was that of Aaron, leaving his family bound by perpetuity to the priesthood.
When Moses went up to Sinai to receive the Tablets of the Law, in his absence the people asked for a god to worship, then Aaron had the Golden Calf melted, for which they suffered the wrath of Jehovah, although they were forgiven by the intervention of Moses.
Aaron dies on Mount Horcon 123 years and his son Eleazar occupies his position. Aaron is the 1st Jewish high priest and he was the founder of the Hebrew priesthood.
All those with the name Aaron celebrate their birthday on July 1.
Aaron in other languages,
- Catalan: Aaron, Aaron;
- French and English: Aaron;
- Italian: Aronne.
Famous, famous historical figures by the name of Aaron or Aharon:
Aaron Ciechanover, was born in Haifa, Israel in 1947; Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2004 for his research and discovery on protein degradation mediated by ubiquitin.
Aaron Copland, was born in New York in the year 1900. An outstanding composer considered one of the most outstanding musicians of the 20th century. Some of his works: "LincolnPortrait", 1942 or "Rodeo", from 1942 and also made music for motion pictures.
Aaron Klug, was born in Zelvas, Lithuania in 1926, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1982 for developing the electron microscope to produce three-dimensional images of viruses, proteins and enzymes.