Giovanni Battista Zeno

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Giovanni Battista Zeno (or Zen) (died 7 May 1501) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church.

He was made a cardinal by his uncle, Pope Paul II in November 1468. The Zeno Chapel in St Mark's Basilica, Venice, was built as his tomb.

Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Giuliano della Rovere
Camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals
Succeeded by
Stefano Nardini