The first was Karrigell
Karrigell is a flexible Python web framework, with a clear and intuitive syntax. It is independant from any database, ORM or templating engine, and lets the programmer choose between a variety of coding styles
The package includes a powerful built-in web server, so there's no need to download, install and configure a separate one, and a pure-Python database engine, PyDbLite, which is used for the demos
and another was web.py which is so barebones it is not worth quoting the website.
I doubt I'll use either of these, in particular I'm not sure the point of using a web framework unless there is an ORM?