1419 SARAH OF WUERZBURG (Bavaria, Germany)
Received a license from Archbishop Johann II von Nassau (1396-1419) to
practice medicine, making her one of the few women allowed to do so.
Other Jewish women physicians during this age included Sarah La
Migresse, Sara de Saint Gilles and Rebekah Zerlin of Frankfort. For the
most part, women were limited to helping other women.