Nov. 1, 1504

“Writ” of King Vladislaus II of Hungary to the City of Pilsen [Present-day Czech Republic]: “[…] and we bestow upon you – the citizens […] the mercy that no Jew may be admitted to the city now or by any other future King of Bohemia […] because the Jews were given to the city to be used [to their advantage] by our ancestors/predecessors, […] that is why we give the citizens of this city [Pilsen] through the power of our Royal authority in Bohemia [the right] to expel the Jews from the city whenever they see fit/appropriate and deem good […] this is to occur without any objection/hindrance from us or any future kings of Bohemia and that they (city/citizens) may enjoy the mercy/grace bestowed upon them [via this document].”
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 11/1/2018