Feb. 2, 1267

Synod held in Wroclaw [Present-day Poland]: “Since the land of Poland is a new acquisition to the body of Christianity, so that the Christian people may not be more easily infected with the superstition and depravity of the Jews dwelling among them…we command that the Jews shall not live among the Christians, but shall have their homes near or next to one another in some sequestered part of the state or town so that their homes shall be separated from the homes of the Christians…by a wall or ditch. […] Par. 13. – Jews must wear a pointed hat. Par. 14 – Parish priests are to prevent Christians from mixing with Jews in baths, taverns, and public drinking places. No Christian woman may serve in the home of a Jew. Jews may not hold public office. If a Jew has sexual relations with a Christian woman, he is to pay a fine, and she is to be whipped publicly.”
Stobbe, Die Juden in Deutschland, p. 176, Researched and Translated by Joan Paez 1/11/2016; and Grayzel, Solomon. The Church and the Jews in the XIIIth Century, Volume II (1254-1315). The Jewish Theological Seminary of America: New York, 1989. Page 245. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 11/15/2019