Mar. 20, 1330

Writ of Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV [Present-day Germany]: “Louis, the Bavarian (‘Ludwig der Baier’) confirms [in writing] that he has owed his brothers-in-law, Duke Henry, Otto, and Henry [of Bavaria] 20,000 Mark silver, for which he had prescribed them Weissenburg, Neumark, and the Jews of Regensburg: now, however, after he has lost Neumark […] he pledges to them Weissenburg and the Jews of Regensburg for 12,000 Mark and [the Jews of] Launigen for 8000 Mark.” [Researcher’s note: The above is a translation of a German summary of the old original text which can be found in Oefele’s Rerum Boicarum Scriptores (Volume II).]
Regesten zur Geschichte der Juden in Deutschland während des Mittelalters. Bearbeitet von Dr. M. Wiener. Erster Teil. (Regesta regarding the history of Jews in Germany during the Middle Ages. Edited by M[eir] Wiener, PhD. First Part.); (Hannover; 1862); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 7/20/2020