Pope Boniface IX Grants Special Privileges to Jews in Rome

Pope Boniface IX Grants Special Privileges to Jews in Rome

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Pope Boniface IX grants some special privileges to Jews in Rome: reduced taxes, the legal right to observe their sabbath, protection from persecution, and treatment as if they were Roman citizens.

 

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