Aug. 6, 425

Constituto Sirmondianis No. 6 issued by Valentinian III [Present-day Italy]: “We deny to Jews as well as pagans the right to try cases of law or serve in the army: we deny those following the Christian way of life the right to serve such persons, lest by using their opportunity as masters these Jews might find occasion to corrupt the venerable Christian faith. We command that all persons of this foul error be excluded from these offices, unless a complete betterment [i.e. conversion] shall come to their aid.” [Editor’s note: Author’s footnote dates this law in 425 as ‘Constitutio Sirmondianis No.6]
“The Persecution of the Jews in the Roman Empire (300-428).” James Everett Seaver. 1952, Page 63-64; Accessed online 8/2/2011; Further Research by Ziba Shadjaani 10/26/2015]