(Saint) Virgin Martyr (February 16) (4th century) Said to have been beheaded (A.D. 306) with one hundred and thirty other Christians, at Nicomedia in Asia Minor, under Diocletian’s colleague, Maximian Galerius. In the sixth century her relics were taken to Puteoli near Naples; but at the present day several towns in France, Belgium and Portugal claim to possess some portion of them.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Juliana”. , 1921. Saints.SQPN.com. 26 November 2013. Web. 3 March 2015. <>