Edict of Expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290


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Above: An illustration from an English tax roll, an Exchequer Roll, from the year 1233 AD.The devils are Jews, and the Jew was the source of revenue and taxes for the King.

This program is based on the article found at Heretical Press titled The Edict of Expulsion of 1290. Many of the original Medieval sources cited by Arnold Leese and Geoffrey Smith in that article are available freely online.

These include the Chancery Rolls and other documents of the English kings, which are available in facsimile format online and are indexed in several places, including the Medieval English Genealogy website and Medieval Genealogy Resources at Google.

Other books quoted or cited during the program are available here:

Calendar Patent Rolls of Edward I 1281 to 1292 AD

Social England Volume 1 from the earliest times to 1273 AD

Social England Volume 2 from 1274 to 1509 AD

Treaties, agreements, letters, and the acts of the public of any kind (Foedera...)

The Annals of Roger de Hoveden, Volume 1

The Annals of Roger de Hoveden, Volume 2