Abraham Rovigo (born ca. 1650 in Modena, died 1713 in Mantua) was a Jewish scholar, rabbi and kabbalist. He studied in Venice under the chair of Moses Zacuto and devoted himself to study the Kabbalah. He was one of the main supporters of the moderate wings of Sabbatai Zevi and gathered around him many followers of the movement, like Behr Perlhefter, Mordecai Mokiach and Mordecai Ashkenazi. In 1700–1701 he spent one year in Fürth, in order to proof the press of the Zoharic commentariy of his pupil Mordecai Ashkenazi. One year later, he and a group of followers settled in the Holy Land.
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