BERNARD OF GORDON:
Christian physician; born probably at Gordon in Guienne, department of Lot, France; professor of medicine at Montpellier about the year 1300. His "Lilium Medicinæ" was much read by Jews, and several Hebrew translations of it are extant; e.g., that by Jekuthiel b. Solomon (Maestro Bonsenior) of Narbonne in 1387 (); and another by Moses ben Samuel of Roquemaure (Gard), 1360 ().
- Steinschneider, Hebr. Uebers. p. 785;
- RenanNeubauer, Ecrivains Juifs, p. 386.