423 EMPEROR THEODOSIUS II
Ordered, "Jews may not construct new synagogues or improve existing ones , but old ones will not be torn down, and if so they will be compensated."
425 ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. JEROME
Branded Judaism a corruption and called for the enslavement and severe persecution of Jews until they agreed to convert.
425 July 9, FRANCE
In one of the earliest official mentions of Jews in France, a declaration was sent to Amatius the prefect of Gaul by emperor Theodosius II (401-450). In it he prohibited Jews and pagans from practicing law or holding public offices in order to prevent them from being subjected to or influenced by them.
429 THEODOSIUS II (Emperor of the Eastern (Byzantine) Roman Empire)
Ordered that all funds raised by Jews to support schools be turned over to his treasury. (They are still known as the patriarchal funds.)