In this 15th century woodcut, Jews are depicted as murdering the child Simon of Trent. This "murder" is one of the sources of the medieval blood libel: the allegation that Jews used Christian children's blood to make matzoh (unleavened bread) during Passover.The Jews can be recognized by the circular patches sewn on their clothing and by the money bags they carry.

Source: From a facsimile of Hartmann Schedel's Nuremburg Chronicle or Buch der Chroniken, printed by Anton Koberger in 1493. Both the Buch der Chroniken and the facsimile are located at Kenyon College.