Emperor Constantius I ChlorusJews and Christians/ Circumcision of Slaves, Women

Codex Theodosianus XVI.8.6:

“Furthermore: as for women which Jews have brought into the society of their shame and which were previously in our textile manufacturing industry [gynaeceum], it is decreed: they must be returned to the imperial textile manufacturing industry. This shall be the rule for the future: they may not join Christian women to their shame, and if they do it nevertheless, they shall suffer the death penalty.”

Codex Theodosianus XVI.9.2

“If any Jew should believe that he may buy a slave belonging to another religion [secta] or nation, let the slave be immediately appropriated by the treasury. But if he has circumcised the slave, let him not only suffer the loss of the slave, but also the death penalty.”

Source: Stemberger, Günter. Jews and Christians in the Holy Land (p178-179)