May 1, 1310

Writ of King Henry [Present-day Germany]: “King Henry [Heinrich] orders that because he has sent his prince, Bishop Philipp [von Rathsamhausen] from Eichstätt to Italy for certain matters regarding the king and the empire (’imperii negociis’) and that he wishes to be rather useful to the church of Eichstätt than harmful […] and that Philipp’s debt with all Jews in the empire (‘in imperio constitutis’) starting with the last Easer-fest (April 19, 1310) until his return to Eichstätt should not accrue any interests or fees, and frees the Bishop and his church and his citizens [of such increases] with royal authority as per the writ.” [Researcher’s note: The above is a translation of a German summary of the original Latin text.]
Böhmer, Johann Friedrich: Die Regesten des Kaiserreichs unter Rudolf, Adolf, Albrecht, und Heinrich VII.  1273-1313. Vierte Abteilung: Heinrich VII. 1288/1308-1313. (Regesta of the Empire under Rudolph, Adolph, Albert, Henry VII 1273-1313. Fourth section: Henry VI. 1288/1308-1313.); (Mainz; 2014); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 8/3/2020