Aleman, Louis, born at Bugey, 1390. In 1422, being then Archbishop of Aries, he was sent by Pope Martin V. to Sienna to negotiate the removal thither of the Council of Pavia. For this service he received the cardinal's hat, and in 1431 stoutly opposed the claim to papal supremacy put forward by Eugenius IV. For this, and for his share in the election of the Anti-pope Felix V., he was excommunicated. However, he persuaded Felix to resign, and was restored to his dignities by Nicolas V., who sent him as legate into Germany. He died in 1452, and was canonised in 1527.