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DOLAN BELLAN:

French physician; lived at Carcassonne in the fourteenth century. He was a contemporary of the physician Jacob de Lunel, who removed from Carcassonne to Tarascon, where he practised in 1424. Dolan Bellan is probably identical with Maystre Bellant, a surgeon who, with Bénédit du Canet of Arles (Maestro Bendig) and Moses Marveaux or Marnan of Marseilles, was summoned to attend King Louis XI. in 1419-20. A Jew called "Bellan" was known in Carpentras in 1357 ("Rev. Et. Juives," xii. 193).

Bibliography:
  • Depping, Les Juifs dans le Moyen Age, p. 181;
  • Carmoly, Hist. des Médecins Juifs, p. 106;
  • S. Kahn, Les Juifs de Tarascon, pp. 6, 16, 25.
G. S. K.
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