May 8, 336

“Decree” issued by Constantine (year 336) [Roman Empire; Present-day Italy]: “Jews are not allowed to harass Jewish converts to Christianity, and will be punished in accordance with the nature of the act.  […] if a Jew circumcises a non-Jewish slave, the slave is to be taken from the Jew and remain free.” [Researcher’s note: This is a summary of the ancient Latin text found in Codex Theodosianus 16.8.5; Codex Theodosianus 16.9.1]
Fourth Century Christianity: Imperial Laws and Letters Involving Religion, AD 311-364;; Accessed online; Researched by Ziba Shadjaani 2/15/2018