ca. 625

Synod of Reims [Present-day France] [Provisional]: “11. Christians must not be sold to Jews or heathens. If anyone does so, he is excommunicated and the purchase is invalid. If a Jew wants to pervert his Christians slaves to Judaism, or cruelly tortures them, he loses them, and they fall to the Exchequer. Jews must not hold public office and their insults against Christians are to be wholly suppressed.”
Hefele, A History of the Councils of the Church, v. 4: 446, Researched and Translated by Joan Paez 2/14/2016