ca. 361 C.E.

[Possible/Probable] Law issued by Emperors Gratian, Valentinian II, and Theodosius, 361 AD [Roman Empire; Some overall present-day countries include Italy, Spain, England, France, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt] [Provisional]: “The order, with which the men of Jewish law delude themselves, and by which they are given immunity from curial duties, shall be rescinded, for not even clerics are free to subject themselves to the divine ministry before they pay in full all their dues to their motherland.”
Codex Theodosianus, 12:1:99, Researched and Translated by Joan Paez 12/13/2015