Foulques (Lat. Fulco), a French prelate, was born about 850, and educated in the church at Rheims, where he was eventually a canon. He afterwards became abbot of St. Beitun, and in March 883, archbishop of Rheims. He greatly improved the diocese, but at length became so deeply involved in the political convulsions of the times that he was assassinated in 900. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.