Feb. 1, 439

“Circumcision Ban” issued by Emperor Theodosius and addressed to Praetorian Prefect Asclepiodotus [Roman Empire; Present-day Italy, Turkey]: “Jews who are proved [proven] to have circumcised any man belonging to our religion, or to have directed this to be done, shall be condemned to the confiscation of their property and to perpetual exile.”
Parson Scott, Samuel: The Civil Law, XII; The Enactment of Justinian. The Code (Book I); Accessed online; Researched by Ziba Shadjaani 1/29/2017