Francesco Argentino

Francesco Argentino (* around 1450 in Venice, † August 23, 1511 in Rome ) was a Cardinal of the Catholic Church.

After studying law in Padua, he was in Venice initially worked as a lawyer, later became canons and in 1494 pastor of Salzano. In Rome he was the Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere Familiar and in 1506 Bishop of Concordia. Pope Julius II appointed him in his sixth consistory in March 1511 for Cardinal and gave him the titular church of San Clemente. After his death, he was transferred to Concordia and buried in the local cathedral.