The New Paris Breviary fixes her death either in 258 or in 273. The latter date reduces it to the journey which Aurelian took into Gaul in that year, when he gained a great victory at Chalons. She suffered at Sens. Her relics were kept in the Benedictin abbey till they were dispersed by the Huguenots, together with those of many other saints kept there, as Baillet observes. Saint Owen, in his life of Saint Eligius, mentions a chapel which bore her name at Paris.
- Father Alban Butler. “Saint Columba, Virgin and Martyr”. , 1866. Saints.SQPN.com. 19 December 2013. Web. 16 September 2014. <>