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Records pertaining to Jews and Jewish congregation exist from the 1500s.Jews in Austria generally did not keep vital records unless required to do so by law.
Some sources are also available at the Center for Jewish History (see Jewish Archives and Libraries#Center for Jewish History).
Vital and some non-vital Jewish records may be found in state regional archives [státní oblastní archívy].
Non-vital Jewish records may be found in district [okresní] and city [městské] archives.
Jewish communities are documented in the Czech lands since the tenth century, though Jews were likely present as early as the second century A. Most of the Jewish population was in the city of Prague which had both Ashkenazic and Sephardic communities.
A Jewish charter was issued by the King of Bohemia in 1254 introducing some protection, but various forms of persecution existed for centuries.