Pope Innocent IV Denies Jews in Cordova Permission to Build a Synagogue

Pope Innocent IV Denies Jews in Cordova Permission to Build a Synagogue

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Pope Innocent IV issues a papal bull denying Jews in Cordova permission to build a synagogue that they wanted. It also forbids them from proselytizing to Christians, from living in the same house as Christians, from eating or drinking with Christians, or even just generally associating with Christians in any way.

Jews can't employ Christians as servants or prepare medicine for Christians. Finally, every Jew has to wear a distinctive badge while out in public — though they aren't allowed to be out in public at all on Good Friday.

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