Petronius Annianus and Julianus to Domitius Celsus, vicarius of Africa.
Seeing that Bishops Lucianus, Capito, Fidentius and Nasutius, and the presbyter Mammarius, who at the heavenly bidding of the Lord Constantinus Maximus Invictus ever Augustus had come to Gaul with others of that religion, have been ordered by his Highness to return to their own abodes, we have given to these men, brother, in accordance with the bidding of the same eternal and most clement sovereign, a vessel with sufficient provision to reach the port of Arles, so that they may sail from there to Africa, as this letter should apprise your Vigilance. With our best wishes, brother, for your utmost welfare and happiness.
Hilarius, chief of staff, wrote this on the fourth of May from Trier.
(trans M. Edwards 1997: 195)