According to the Golden Legend; "Alexander, a senator of Constantinople,
went to Jerusalem with his wife and built a beautiful oratory in honour
of Stephen the Protomartyr, stipulating that when he died, he was to be
buried beside the saint. Seven years after his death Juliana, his wife,
decided to return to her own homeland because some prominent men had treated
her badly. She wanted to take her husbands remains with her and sought
the bishop's permission. The bishop placed two silver coffins in front
of her and said: "I do no know which of these is your husband's!"
"I know!" she exclaimed, and, hurrying forward, took the body
of Saint Stephen in her arms. So it happened that she received the first
martyr's body, thinking that it was her spouse's" (G.L. vol.II,
(1 - upper); "IVLI / ANA"
(2 - lower); "S : STEPHAN[US]"