ca. 1343 C.E.

“Regulation” of Altstadt (“Old District/City”) of Salzwedel [Present-day Germany; Hanseatic League] [Provisional]: “[…] that the Jews who reside in our city may only slaughter [animals] for their own use starting on “Dionysiustag (October 16) for four weeks but not for foreign Jews.”
Salzwedel, StadtA (“Salzwedel, City Archive”), Rep. II, I, C, Nr./No. 3, fol. 52 v, Stadtbucheintrag (City-book entry), Latin.  Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 2/28/2017