Zechariah Innocenti was an ancient Roman warlock who lived during the 1st century AD.
In 79 AD, whilst fighting his enemies near Mount Vesuvius, Zechariah telekinetically thrust lava from within the volcano upon them. The volcano had a major eruption that year, which destroyed the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, killing at least 1,500 people.  It is unknown whether Innocenti somehow triggered this disaster by casting lava from Mount Vesuvius itself, or if he foolishly proceeded inside the volcano's crater to give it one last use. It is also unknown whether he was one of the eruption's casualties.
"Zechariah" is a Hebrew name meaning "God remembers", while Innocenti is an Italian surname that derives from the Italian word for "innocent" (innocente). Neither is consistent with the naming conventions of ancient Rome.