Bibliothèque Nationale of Paris - Vindicta Salvatoris
Parisinus Lat. 5327
Tunc tiberius dimisit regnum suum ascendit in navem cum velosiano fidelem suum. Perrexerunt venerunt in partes septimanias et descendent in civitatem quæ vocatur nigra sive quæ dicitur agathe. Perrexerunt per fluvium araure. Pervenit ad ramum qui dicitur tincta. Deditque velosiano septimaniam ut regnaret et gubernaret omnem regnum ei. Et fecit speluncam in nomine domini nostri christi mille annos requievit in pace adjuvante domino nostro christo qui vivit et regnat in sæcula sæculorum.
Then Tiberius left his kingdom and went aboard a ship with his faithful Velosianus. They wandered, and they arrived in Septimania and then went down to the city which is called Nigra [the black city] but which is also known as Agde. They followed the course of the River Hérault. Tiberius came to the tributary of that river which is called the Thongue. And he gave Septimania to Velosianus that he might reign there and govern the whole kingdom for him. And he made a cave in the name of our Lord Christ and it has remained undisturbed for a thousand years with the help of Our Lord Christ who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
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