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7r). 6z-63). n Nauarra, p. z3; Amador de los Rios, II, zz; c1.. Robert, p. óo), and in Portugal it remained unapplied till r3z5 (Kayserling, Juden in Portugal, p. 5r). ue That is the only reasonable explanation of the extraordinary situation that neither Louis VIII (despite Singermann, p. r9), nor even a king so zealous as Louis IX anywhere, among the fair number of edicts that they issued with regard to the Jews, mention the Badge till rz69. Certainly the latter who was so active in the suppression of usury and in the condemnation of the Talmud, would have insisted upon a regulation of this sort.
H-8, II, p. 22,23,24,25. , II, p. 196). Henry Raspe alienated the Jews of Würzburg to Bishop Ifermann for the sum of z3oo mark u,itb the privilege oI an option over the same Jeu,s on the part of the Church after the Bishop's death (Aronius, nos. 563-564). In r25r King Conrad pledged the Jews of Rothenburg with Gottfriecl von Hohcnloe (Aronius,5S3). For other instances in Germany see Boos, I, p. 9o; Aronius, no. 4S9; H-8, IV, p. 6óo. fn Aragon, James I presented the Jews singly or in groups (Regné, REJ, LX (r9ro), nos.
Ad me vero pertinet de Judeis, qui jugo servitutis mihi subjecti sunt, ne scilicet per usuras christianos opprimant et sub umbra protectionis mee talia exerceant. Dimittant usuras, aut omnino exeant de terra mea,"' Yet it was not Louis IX that finally expelled the Jews from France; he only thrcatened, confiscated, expelled, and tËen recalled. His conscience bothered him that the royal treasury had enriched itself as a result of the confiscations of rz49; so that in rz57-8 he ordered ¡estitution to those who had paid usury (Cf.