[...] He received the official order that the most pious emperors Constantine, Heraclius, and Tiberius, sent by the glorious Epiphanius, the secretary, to his predecessor, Pope Donus, inviting and urging him that he should send priests or envoys to the imperial city in order to unite the holy Churches of God; he did not delay in ordering it. And he sent Abundantius, the bishop of Cariati, John, the bishop of Reggio, and John, the bishop of Portus, the presbyters Theodore and George, the deacon John, the subdeacon Constantius, the presbyter Theodore from Ravenna, and religious monks, the servants of God. [...]
There follows a detailed description of the reception of the papal embassy and of the proceedings of the Council in Constantinople.
[...] Theophanius, the abbot of the monastery of Baias in Sicilia was ordained the patriarch of the church of Antioch in place of Macarius. Macarius with those who loved him, that is the presbyters Stephen and Anastasius, the deacon Leontius, the monks-presbyters Polychronius, Epiphanius and Anastasius, went into exile to the city of Rome. [...]
(trans. S. Adamiak)