3 In the Greek this reads xvith.

4 The text here I suspect is much corrupted. The Greek and Latin do not agree.

5 In Gustavus Willmaun's Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum, Vol. viii,, p.47, the reading is given as Vegese1itanoe, in one word. The town was Vegesesla, and unfortunately there were two towns having the same name and not far one from the other. Cf. map 20, Spruner-Sieglin, Atlas Antiquus.

6 The verb is lacking. The Ed of Migne's Dion, Exig. suggests legit.

1 The Greek reads for "bishop", "a Primate."