Mar. 29, 1463

“City Ledger of Eger” issued by the City Council of Eger [Present-day Hungary]: “A number of Jews are permitted to settle back in Eger for 6 years in exchange for an annual payment of 150 fl. Rhenish Guilder.” [Researcher’s note: The full, original text in Early New High German can be found in the cited source. And white this writ of the City of Eger appears to be pro-Jewish, it is in fact a reminder that Jews were not allowed to settle in certain regions without the explicit permission of the local authorities; and often only in exchange for paying exorbitant levies/taxes.]
Zur Geschichte der Juden in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien von 906 bis 1620. Herausgegeben von Gottlieb Bondy, em. Präsidenten der Handels- und Gewerbekammer in Prag. Zur Herausgabe vorbereitet und ergänzt von Franz Dworsky, em. Director des Landesarchivs des Königreiches Böhmens. I. 906 bis 1576. (Prag; 1906); (Regarding the history of Jews in Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia from 906 to 1620. Published by Gottlieb Bondy, fo[rmer] President of the Trade and Commerce and Industry in Prague. Prepared for publication and supplemented by Franz Dworsky, fo[rmer] Director of the National Archives of the Kingdom of Bohemia. I. 906 to 1576.); (Prague; 1906); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 5/16/2019