Jan. 23, 1293

“Decree” of King Adolf [of Nassau] [Present-day Germany; Free Imperial City of Oppenheim]: “We, King Adolf, […] have decided to increase the income of Our faithful […] Burgmann in Oppenheim […] of 4 Mark [silver] by an additional 2 Mark […] so that he and his heirs shall receive 6 Mark annually from Our Jews in Oppenheim on the feast of St. Martin’s Day [November 11] without objection. […]”
Darmstadt, StA, (Kriegsverlust), Orig., lat., Perg. (“Darmstadt, City Archive, (Loss of War), Orig[inal], Latin, [on] Parchment Paper”); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 6/16/2017