Bernardus de Gordino completed the Lilium medicinae after teaching and wanting to gather the essential "flowers" of medical knowledge into a handbook. Comprising ancient and medieval sources as well as important original observations, the work was translated into French, German, Hebrew, Provençal, Spanish, and Irish and was printed in many editions.
BRMS 22. Bernardus de Gordonio (ca. 1258–ca. 1320). Lilium medicinae. Escalona, Spain, 11 January 1466. Decorated manuscript on paper.
Illuminated medical manuscript
Bernardus de Gordonio, ca. 1300, Samuel, Moses ben, tr., Shmaya de Castro, Moses ben, transcription, “BRMS 22,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed February 3, 2023, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1789.