ca. 1493

[Possible/Probable] Order issued by the Council of Donauwoerth [Germany] 

Commentary from other sources:
1) “Orders applicable to Jews issued by the Council of Donauwoerth, which included restrictions in the trading of grain, prohibiting the setting up market stalls, prohibiting adult male Jews leaving the ‘Judengasse’ (Jews’ alley) on Sundays and on many church holy days, remaining on top of the town wall only when on guard duty, compulsory wearing of a skull cap and a coat to which a yellow ring was affixed, prohibiting gambling with Christians.”

H. Peter Sinclair: “Chronology of the History of the Jews in Bavaria 906-1945.” Online article