The troops stormed the fortress of Vollore. The Presbyter Proculus, who had once done wrong to Saint Quintianus, was cruelly cut down in front of the church altar. [...] In the end the inhabitants, who thought themeselves safe, fell into the enemy's hands, no doubt becuase of this earlier crime of the Presbyter Proculus.
(trans. Thorpe 1974: 172, slightly altered by J. Szafranowski)