A certain boy finds a falcon while walking down the road.
This young man was a cupbearer in the basilica's residence for the clergy (domus basilicae).
The boy is then accused by Count Becco of stealing his falcon. Becco chains him and plans to send him to the gallows.
Then the priest (sacerdos), greatly distressed, hastened to the saint's tomb and, opening the collection boxes with a sigh, took out ten golden coins and had them taken to Becco by trusted friends. He, however, rejecting them as worthless, asserted with an oath that he would never let the man go unless he received thirty more gold coins from there. The presbyter then took these from the box above the tomb and sent them to Becco; after having received them, his hunger for gold was satisfied and he gave the young man back unharmed.
Becco is then punished by Saint Julian.
(trans. de Nie 2015: 341-343, summarised by J. Szafranowski)