Deacon Agiulf returns from his visit in Rome to Lyon.
He [Agiulf] saw an immense crowd of people near the tomb, buzzing around like a swarm of happy bees around their familiar hive, some taking from the presbyter in attendance pieces of wax as holy objects, others a little dust, and others plucked and went away with a few threads from the fringe of the tomb-covering, all thus carrying off for different purposes the same grace of health.
Deacon Agiulf himself takes from the hands of the presbyter some of the herbs which the faithful placed on the tomb.
(trans. James 1991: 56-57, slightly altered by J. Szafranowski)