ca. 1545 C.E.

“Ordinance” (“Landesordnung”) issued by the Moravian Government [Present-day Czech Republic] [Provisional]: “[…] The Jews are not to/may not live in villages, or hold markets, but only in cities and markets. […]” [Researcher’s note: It is unclear from the old original text whether the ordinance meant to say that Jews are only permitted […] to live in the cities and visit markets, or whether it actually meant to say that Jews are only allowed to live in cities and markets (which is much less likely).]
Scari, von Hieronymus: Systematische Darstellung der in Betreff der Juden in Mähren und in k. k. Antheile Schlesiens Erlassene Gesetze und Verordnungen; (Brünn; 1835); (“Systematic Representation in Regards to the Jews of Moravia and the Laws and Ordinances Issued in the Imperial and Royal[ly Owned] Parts of Silesia”); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 2/3/2018