Hugo of Frazan or Trasan
Hugo of Frazan or Trasan tenth abbé of Clugny (q.v.), who flourished in the 12th century, became abbé in 1157 or 1158. Taking sides with the anti-pope Victor IV, he was excommunicated by pope Alexander III, and driven from the abbey. He died after the year 1166. Several works are attributed to him, but without good reason. — Hist. litt. de la France, 13, 571 sq.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, 25, 442.