Salmawaih ibn Bunan
Salmawaih ibn Bunan (died 840) was an Assyrian Nestorian Christian physician who translated works of Galen from Greek into Arabic. He served the Abbasid caliphs of Baghdad Al-Ma'mun (reigned 813-833) and his half-brother and successor Al-Mu'tasim (reigned 833-842).
- De Lacy O'Leary How Greek science passed to the Arabs "How Greek Science Passed to the Arabs" online 2002- Page 166 "Hunayn had many other friends and clients, mostly physicians of Jundi-Shapur and those who had removed to Baghdad and used the Arabic language, like Salmawaih ibn Bunan an alumnus of Jundi-Shapur who became court physician to ..."
- Editors, The (1999-04-27). "Hunayn ibn Ishaq | Arab scholar". Britannica.com. Retrieved 2016-11-03.
- Jody Rubin Pinault Hipocratic Lives and Legends 1992 Page 96 "Hunayn ibn Ishaq (A.D. 808-873), a Nestorian Christian, himself translated about ninety works of Galen into Syriac and about forty into Arabic (Iskander, s. v. Hunayn the Translator, Diet. of Sci. Biog., vol. 15, supp. 1 (New York, 1978), p. 235."