1081–1151, French ecclesiastic and statesman, who acted as adviser to Louis VI and regent (1147–49) to Louis VII. As abbot of Saint-Denis (1122–51) he influenced the development of Gothic architecture
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How to use Suger in a sentence
The famous Suger, the minister of a powerful king, built the abbey of St. Denis.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V | John Lord
At length the pressing entreaties of Suger induced the French monarch to return to his native land.The History of Chivalry | G. P. R. James
Suger thought that nothing was too precious for the house of God.
One gains a very special liking for little Abbot Suger, most dependable of men, whose life was a succession of big undertakings.
Abbot Suger was the first to employ the generating member with the full intelligence of its results.