Odo of Fézensac
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Odo (died 985) was the second Count of Fézensac from 960 to his death.
Odo spent his first years pillaging neighbouring lands and committing a number infractions against the Church. For this he was nicknamed Falta or the Fool by ecclesiastical chroniclers. In his later life he made amends by donating the church of Saint-Martin de Berdale to the canons of Saint-Marie.
He was succeeded by his only son, Bernard.
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