President Homdjir's Official Photograph Portrait c. 1855
|Born||September 13, 1789|
|Died||April 18, 1859 (aged 69)|
|Other names||Thatig the Great|
|Alma mater||National University of Gvanieg|
|Years active||1832 - 1859|
Thatig Homdjir was Shohuan's most prominent Monarch of the 19th Century, beginning numerous reforms, aiding in the industrialization of the nation, recreating the Royal Navy along with the colonial charters which would later dominate trade along the Parshita, and established Shohuan as the modern cultural capital of Vaniu. His reforms and actions led to the rise of the Shohuanese state in international politics in a format he called "Vdeþþaiêwitsez Hollhuq" (Threaded Politics) while also playing a major role in leading the nation against the pre-existing great power, the Terminian Three Kingdoms, which had always been a strong competitor against Shohuan's expansion and trade since its modernization.