ca. Apr. 426

[Possible/Probable] “Inheritance Laws concerning Jewish Converts to Christianity” Issued by Emperors Theodosius II and Valentinian III [Holy Roman Empire; Present-day Italy] [Provisional]: “If the son or daughter or grandchild, one or several, of a Jew or Samaritan, shall after mature consideration leave the shadows of his superstition for the light of the Christian religion, it shall not be lawful for his parents or grandparents to disinherit him or to pass him over in their will, or to leave him less than he would have received if they had died intestate…” [Editor’s note: Author’s footnote dates this law in 426 as Theodosian Code 16.8.28]
“The Persecution of the Jews in the Roman Empire (300-428).” James Everett Seaver. 1952, Page 64; Accessed online 8/2/2011