44. Bishop Ambrose said: Attalus signed the creed of the council of Nicaea. He denies that he came to the council. He shall say today whether or not he signed the document of the council of Nicaea or not. When Attalus was silent, Bishop Ambrose said: Attalus, presbyter, though he was among the Arians, has the authority to speak. Let him freely say whether he signed the documents of the council of Nicaea, when representing his bishop Agripinus, or not.
Attalus said: You have already declared me condemned a few times. I do not answer to you.
45. Palladius said: Would you like the council to be plenary or not?
Presbyter Cromatius said: You did not deny that [the Son] is a creature, and you denied that he is powerful. You denied everything that the Catholic faith professes.
Bishop Sabinus said: We are witnesses that Attalus subscribed the creed of the council of Nicaea and now he does not want to answer. How does it look to you all?
When Attalus was silent, Bishop Ambrose said: Let him say whether he subscribed the creed of the council of Nicaea or not.
Now follows the request of Palladius to provide the stenographers representing both sides, and not only the Nicenes. Further he also requests independent observers.
(trans. M. Szada)