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|Grand Master of the Order of Saint John|
13 January 1720 – 16 June 1722
|Monarch||King Victor Amadeus
King Charles IV
|Preceded by||Ramon Perellos y Roccaful|
|Succeeded by||António Manoel de Vilhena|
Siena, Tuscany (modern Italy)
|Died||16 June 1722
|Resting place||St. John's Co-Cathedral|
|Allegiance||Order of Saint John|
His body is buried in a magnificent monument by Massimiliano Soldani Benzi in the St. John's Co-Cathedral while his heart was buried in his native Siena, much to the dismay of the Maltese. This monument is baroque work of art in bronze and marble which shows the Grand Master reclining. This is the only monument found in nave of the church because it did not fit in the chapel of the langue of Italy.
Palazzo Carniero, where Zondadari lived from 1702 to 1722
The Banca Giuratale, which was reconstructed by Zondadari in 1721
Funerary monument of Zondadari in the nave of St. John's Co-Cathedral
- "Auberge de Bavière". Government Property Department. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016.
- Cini, George (5 April 2004). "When the Knights splashed out on Baroque sculptures". Times of Malta. Archived from the original on 13 March 2016.
Ramon Perellos y Roccaful
|Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller
Antonio Manoel de Vilhena
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