The physician in ancient Israel: his status and function.


a tradition reaching back to Talmudic times when rabbis were frequently acknowledged for their healing skills.' This trend developed during the medieval period in Europe, when Jews, excluded from practically all the learned professions, turned to medicine as a means of livelihood.2 As a result, the Jews have been esteemed for their medical skills and, in… (More)


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