ca. 1419

“Ordinance” addressed directly to Jews [Present-day Czech Republic and Germany] [Provisional]: “[…] that you [Jews] shall no longer be permitted to work, build, construct, smear, sew – or whatever you may call it – for Christians. That means, you may still sew, […], bake bread, ferment beer, forge [metal], cut meat, weave, construct, built, hammer – or whatever you may call it – for yourselves and your kind [coreligionists]. Your elders are to be responsible/liable, so that none of the items/things that you have made are sold to Christians; otherwise, not only will the items that you have made with your hands be taken away, but you will also receive punishment […].”
Bondy, Gottlieb and Franz Dworsky: Geschichte der Juden in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien; II 1577-1620 (History of Jews in Bohemia, Maehren, and Silesia; Vol. II 1577-1620); (Prague; 1906); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 6/13/2017