Centurione I Zaccaria
Centurione I Zaccaria (1336–1382) was a powerful noble in the Principality of Achaea in Frankish Greece. In 1345 he succeeded his father, Martino Zaccaria, as baron of Damala and lord of one half of the Barony of Chalandritsa, and in 1359 he acquired the other half. In about 1370 he was named Grand Constable of Achaea and received also the Barony of Estamira. He also thrice held the post of bailli for the principality's Angevin rulers.
By his marriage to a lady of the Asanes family, he had the following children
- Andronikos Asanes Zaccaria, father of Centurione II Zaccaria, Prince of Achaea in 1404–1432
- Maria II Zaccaria, married Pedro de San Superano, Prince of Achaea in 1396–1402; Maria was Princess of Achaea in her own right in 1402–1404
- Manuel Zaccaria
- Philip Zaccaria
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