Jul. 3, 353

“Confiscation of the Properties of Christian Converts to Judaism” Issued by Emperor Constantius II [Holy Roman Empire; Present-day Italy]: “According to an already existing law, if any one once a Christian has become a Jew and has associated with sacrilegious groups, we decree that all his goods be confiscated to the imperial fisc after the accusation has been proved.” [Editor’s note: Author’s footnote dates this law in 353 as Theodosian code 16.8.7]
“The Persecution of the Jews in the Roman Empire (300-428).” James Everett Seaver. 1952; Accessed online 8/2/2011