ca. 1329

[Possible/Probable] “Extortion and Expulsion of Jews” from the City of Mutzig, Ca. 1329 [Present-day France; Free Imperial City of Strasbourg] 

Comment from Additional Sources:
1) After the Bishop Berthold II of Strasboug had extorted 6,000 Mark from the Jews, the ritual murder of an eleven-year-old boy took place in Mutzig. Under torture, some Jews confessed to the deed and a judgment was issued against them based on “obvious” evidence. Three of them were killed with wheels (“wheeled”). Other, wealthy Jews who were present in Mutzig on the day of the disappearance of the boy, were exiled. […].” [The extortion of the Jews of Strasbourg took place shortly after the arrival of the bishop in the cathedral city (December 21, 1328)]

Strasbourg, BM, Abschr. (1870 verbrannt), lat. (Strasbourg, Media Library, Transcript (1870 bannished), Latin)