High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Martino Zaccaria (died 15 January 1345) was the lord of Phocea and Chios from 1314 to 1330. In 1319, he received investitute from Philip II, Latin emperor of Constantinople. His fief at that time comprised the islands of Chios, Tenedos, Samos, Marmora, Lesbos, and Phocea. On 26 June 1325, Philip confirmed him as "King and Despot of Asia Minor. " Martin' s first marriage was to a daughter of Bartolommeo Ghisi, grand constable of Morea, chancellor of Thebes, triarch of Euboea, and possessor of the lordships of Tinos, Mykonos, and the southern Sporades. His second marriage was to Jacqueline de la Roche, heir of the De la Roche dukes of Athens and baroness of Veligosti and Damala. In 1317, Martin conquered Smyrna and in 1318 defeated a Turkish fleet at sea, imposing a tax on Turkish commerce vessels. He offered his brother Benedetto the right to retire with a pension. He co-reigned with his brother Benedetto III after the death of their father Paleologo. From Philip I of Taranto he received the royal title and the hereditary right in both the male and female line.
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