Francisco Maldonado

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For the seventeenth century Chilean physician and religious scholar who was executed in the Inquisition, see Francisco Maldonado da Silva. For the Spanish football player, see Francisco José Maldonado.

Francisco Maldonado (1480, Salamanca – April 24, 1521) was a leader of the rebel Comuneros from Salamanca in the Revolt of the Comuneros.

He was captured at the Battle of Villalar, and beheaded the following day.