Sept. 2, 1503

“Ordinance” issued the Council and the Eldest of Pilsen [Present-day Czech Republic]: “[…] all Jews, local as well as foreign, shall wear Jewish coats (‘kukle zidovske’) so that they can be distinguished from the Christians [… Jewish wives/women] shall wear veils in public that have wide yellow edges […] or pay 5 Gr. [Groschen] each time they’re encountered […] Jews may not make veils [or pursue other trades reserved for Christians …]”
History of Jews in Pilsen. Bearbeitet von Rb. Prof. Dr. Max Hoch Pilsen. (“History of Jews in Pilsen. Edited by Rb. Professor Max Hoch, PhD. Of Pilsen”);; Accessed online; Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 10/31/2018