C. 920 - 989 AARON BEN MOSES BEN ASHER (Tiberias, Eretz Israel)
The last and most renowned of the Massorets and a contemporary of
Sa'adia Gaon. The Massorets were a group of sages who reviewed the Bible and added punctuation and vowels in order to make it more readable so that no mistakes or questions could arise in the future. He is credited with completing the
Masorah, the printing of the Bible with vowels, as well as the ta'amei mikra, the usage of biblical accents and cadence still used today.