In the second year of Maurice, which was the sixteenth year of king Leovigild. [...] 68. At this time Audeca illegitimately seized the kingship of the Suevi in Galicia and received in marriage Siseguntia, the widow of King Miro. He deprived Eboric of the kingship and made him a monk. [...] In the third year of Maurice, which was the seventeenth year of king Leovigild [...] 73. King Leovigild devastated Galicia, deprived its captured King Audeca of his rule, and brought the people, treasure, and land of the Suevi under his own power. He made Galicia a province of the Goths. [...] 76. Deprived of his rule, Audeca was tonsured and dignified with the honour of the priesthood, after having held that of the kingship. He suffered no doubt because he had made himself king in place of Eboric, son of King Miro. He was exiled to the city of Beja.
(transl. Wolf 2011: 61-62)