The transcripts of professions in the Council of Toledo against the sect of Priscillian begin:
After the session of the council which took place on the Kalends of September [1 September], after various investigations on the third day before the Nones of September [3th September], on the eighth day before the Ides of September [6th September] the professions of Lord Symphosius and Lord Dictinius, the bishops of holy memory, and of Comasius of holy memory, then presbyter, were excerpted from the full acts [of the council]. They were held in the presence of others in the Council of Toledo about the condemnation of Priscillian and his sect in a following manner [...].
There follows the statement of Dictinius in which he wants to concord his faith with the orthodoxy expressed by the Toletan fathers and condemns his own writings.
Comasius presbyter said: "Let no one doubt that I agree with my lord and bishop, and that I condemn everything what he has condemned, and that nothing excels his wisdom, only one God, and for that reason I do not want you to doubt that anything else will be done and thought other than what was expressed. Hence, in the same manner I condemn everything that my bishop whom I obey condemned."
In the same year as above on the third day before the Ides of September [11 September] Lord Symphosius and Lord Dictinius, the bishops of holy memory, and Comasius of holy memory, then presbyter, gave their professions. Comasius said: "I am not afraid to say what I have once said that I am happy to follow the authority of my Bishop Symphosius; I follow the wisdom of the old man. I mean what I said. I will read again from the piece of parchment [ex chartula] if you order. All the people who want to be in communion with you will hold the same opinions."
And presbyter Comasius read from the piece of parchment: "Since we all follow the Catholic and Nicene creed and the text presented by the presbyter Donatus was read out, in which Priscillian said that the Son is unbegetable, it is proved that this was said against the Nicene Creed. Therefore I condemn Priscillian, author of this statement along with the perversity of this statement, and the erroneous books he has written and the author himself. [...]"
There follows the condemnation of Priscillian's writings by Bishops Symphosius and Dictinus.
(trans. by M. Szada)