Alix, Pierre a French ecclesiastical historian, was born at Dole in 1600. He was canon at Besanmon, and priest of St. Paul's in 1652. He sustained firmly the laws of the metropolitan chapter against the pope, Alexander VII. He died July 6,1676. He wrote a treatise entitled Pro Capitulo Imperiali Bisuntino, super Jure Eligendi suos Archiepiscopos ac Decanos Commentarius (Besangon, 1672): — also Refutatio Scripti Roma nuper Transnissi contra Jura Copitui-Bisuntini. This again aroused the censure directed against him by father Simard, inquisitor of Besancon; but he responded to him in a small treatise, entitled Eponge pour Efficer la Censure du Pere Simard, etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.