Sarah of St. Gilles
Flourished circa 1326, Marseille, France
Sarah (Sara) de Saint Gilles is known to have been a medical practitioner and instructor in Marseille. A document dated August 28, 1326, outlines the terms of an apprenticeship agreement between the Jewish doctor Sarah de Saint Gilles and a Christian student named Salvet de Bourgneuf. In return for room, board, and medical training, Salvet would pay the doctor any fees obtained from treating patients while under her tutelage.