Montredon (also called Montrond), RAIMOND DE, a French prelate of some note, was born at Nismes near the beginning of the 12th century. He was in 1130 archdean of Beziers, when he was promoted to the bishopric of Agde. He was made archbishop of Arles in 1143. He died about 1155. He figured prominently in the civil affairs of France, but gave little time to theological studies, and left no works of value in that field of knowledge. See Gallia Christiana, volume 1, col. 560; Hist. litter. de la France, 13:236.