Vincentius, the Gaul, presbyter in the Monastery on the Island of Lérins, a man learned in the Holy Scriptures and very well informed in matters of ecclesiastical doctrine, composed a powerful disputation on how to avoid teachings of the heretics, written in tolerably finished and clear language, which, suppressing his name, he entitled "[The book] against heretics" by Pilgrim. The greater part of the second book of this work having been stolen, he composed a brief reproduction of the substance of the original work, and published in one [book]. He died in the reign of Theodosius and Valentinianus.
(trans. E. Cushing Richardson, changed by J. Szafranowski)