Someone in the province of Belgica Secunda, on the outskirts of the city of Reims, built a basilica in honor of the blessed martyr with great care, and after the work had been completed went in faith and devotion to seek his relics. When he had received them and was returning on the road singing psalms, he came to the Countryside of Reims. Not far from the road, there was a field belonging to a wealthy local man where a large crowd had gathered to plow.
One of the people from a nearby village is instantly affected by the presence of the relics, shouting that Saint Julian torments him and rebuking the saint for coming to the region he has no ties with.
Saying such things, he came in great agitation to the place where the priest had already set up his tent and, prostrating himself in front of the relics of the saint, he lay on the ground for a long time. Then, when the presbyter placed the holy casket upon him, blood immediately rushed forth from his mouth, and he was cleansed of the diabolical attack. After this, he praised the power of the holy man and accompanied the relics for the rest of the journey.
(ed. de Nie 2015: 379-381, summarised by J. Szafranowski)