Bullioud, Symphorien a French prelate, was born at Lyons in 1480. He was successively bishop of Glandeve, of Bazas, and of Soissons. In 1509 Louis .XII made him governor of Milan, and afterwards sent im as ambassador to Rome. He assisted at the councils of Pisa and of Lateran, and took part in other important affairs. He was a skilful negotiator, a lover of the .sciences, and a patron of the learned. He died Jan. 5, .1533. He wrote Statuta Synodalia (Paris, 1532). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.