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TODROS BEN MOSES YOM-ṬOB (or BONDIA):

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French physician; flourished at Cavaillon in the second half of the fourteenth century; identified by Steinschneider with Todros of Cavaillon. In 1394 he prepared a Hebrew translation of a Latin treatise on fever by Johanan ibn Masuyah with a commentary by Peter of Spain. He likewise translated other works, the most important being the treatise of Arnold of Villeneuve on digestive and purgative medicines.

Bibliography:
  • Renan-Neubauer, Les Ecrivains Juifs Français, p. 726;
  • Steinschneider, Hebr. Uebers. p. 791.
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