|Number of Participants||12|
|Key Participants||Ithacius, bishop of Ossanova; Fitadius (Phoebadius of Agen); Delphin of Bordeaux; Lucius of Saragossa; Euticius; Ampelius; Augentius (of Toledo?)|
|Summoned by||Hydatius of Merida or Ithacius of Ossanova and Idacius of Emeritu|
|Chaired by||Phoebadius of Agen?|
|Purpose||To discuss asceticism, address Priscillianism, determine Christian community boundaries and discuss the roles of men and women in private and public settings.|
|Key Events||December 17 – January 6 declared a solemn holiday; condemnation of Priscillian and Elpidius (both laymen) as well as Instantius and Salvianus (both bishops).|
Acts of the Council of Saragossa 2.16-17
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