Lupentius vero abba basilicae sancti Privati martyris urbis Gabalitanae, a Brunichilde regina arcessitus, advenit. Incusatus enim, ut ferunt, fuerat ab Innocentio supradictae urbis comite, quod profanum aliquid effatus de regina fuisset.
Lupentius was found innocent and sent back to Javols. On his journey, he was captured by Innocentius and tortured in the villa of Pontico (probably present-day Ponthion). Released, Lupentius continued his travel and set camp near the river of Axona (Aisne), where he was beheaded by Lupentius. His head and the rest of the body, weighted with stones, were thrown to the river. By miracoulous intervention, the body was found by the shepherds, and reunioned with the head with the help of the eagle who had fished it out. The complete corpse was buried and the miracles started to occur near the tomb.
(ed. Krusch 1937: 308-309)