1400 July 27, KING LADISLAS (Naples, Italy)
Offered the Jews a charter which would give them economic equality.
1407 October 26, CRACOW ACCUSATIONS (Poland)
One of the first blood libels in Poland. The Jews tried to defend themselves and were forced to take refuge in the Church of St. Anne, which was surrounded and then set afire. Any children left alive were forcibly baptized.
1408 GRODNO (Lithuania)
Jews received a renewed "Bill of Rights" granting them the opportunity to work as tradesmen and framers.
1408 October 25, COUNCIL OF REGENCY (Castile/Leon, Spain)
Under the inspiration of the apostate Paul de Santa Maria, the council reinstituted all of the anti-Jewish legislation of Alfonso the Wise (1252-1284).