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Council of Archons (N&H)

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The highest executive and decision making organ of the Nationalist & Humanist Party, comprised of the relevant national sector and affiliate parties that constitutes the Humanist Movement.

Composition of the Council of Archons
Archon Investiture Date National Sector Party Notes
Ayesha al-Osman 11.I.1694 AN Chryse Chryse
Georg Gregor Lambert 11.I.1694 AN Floria Floria
Gerhardt Eugen Seydlitz 10.I.1694 AN Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
(Federal Humanist Party)
Fridwald Peter 11.I.1694 AN Ransenar Ransenar
(Golden Order Party)
  • Elected Hierophant 1694 AN. Confirmed in office as leader of the global Humanist movement unopposed in 1698 AN, 1702 AN, 1706 AN, 1710 AN, 1714 AN, 1718 AN.
  • Announced resignation as Hierophant ahead of the 1722 Humanist Convention in Chryse.
Mitradokht of Suren 24.VII.1694 AN Suren Suren
Turan Rahimi 11.III.1694 AN Talenore Talenore
Marius Gallo 9.XV.1696 AN Shireroth Eastern Imperium
(Imperial Humanist Party of Greater Kildare)
Kildari separatist commander, acclaimed by his troops.
Sergey Ilych Chernavyin 3.XII.1696 AN Zeed Zeed
(All-Union Humanist Party)
Felipe de Almagro 1703 AN Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
(Federal Humanist Party)
Daniyal ibn Daniyal 1709 AN Unified Governorates Unified Governorates
Frederik Anders the Younger 24.V.1712 AN Natopia Natopia Regent of Whales
Tenia Zuderson 1716 AN Sovereign Confederation Sovereign Confederation Sovereign Speaker for Doir whose innovations in insuring social credit catapulted her family as Union-renowned insurance agency.
Aurangzeb Tokaraizadeh al-Osman 12.I.1716 AN Shireroth Shireroth
(Imperial Humanist Party of Shireroth)
Archon of Sathrati (1694-1716)
Esmeralda al-Osman 23.IV.1717 AN Constancia Constancia
Chung Ling Fu 12.XIV.1717 AN International Mandate International Mandate
(Nationalist & Humanist Party of Tiegang)
Fredrik Michael Tarjeisson 13.XV.1719 AN Normark Normark
(Einhorn Society)
Ghawetkiin Enkhjargal 24.II.1720 AN Hurmu Hurmu
(Coalition for Democratic Humanism)
Jahangir Khan 19.IX.1722 AN Elluenuueq Elluenuueq Replaced Daniyal Aurangzeb Kalirion-Osman who died the previous year.
Darius Hosseini 1721 AN Sanama Sanama
(Party of Democratic Humanism)
Recognised by the World Humanist Organisation after the 1722 Humanist Convention.

Former Archons

Former Archons, including the date and circumstances of the end of tenure
Archon Tenure National Sector Party Notes
Dāryuš of the Suren 10.I.1694 AN–24.VII.1694 AN Suren Suren
  • Slain in a duel.
10.III.1694 AN–20.XIV.1695 AN Elwynn Elwynn Claimed precedence over Adam al-Osman in National Sector Party leadership. Perished in the Scouring.
Davit Teimuraz 11.I.1694 AN1699 AN Drak-Modan Drak-Modan
(Modani People's Union)
Exiled to Sabatini Island after the Shirerithian occupation of Drak-Modan.
Jasmina Hosseini 11.I.1694 AN1702 AN Sanama Sanama
(Democratic Humanist Party)
  • Endured discommendation for failures of leadership prior to and during the Sanaman Civil War
Pit Kuuk 1702 AN1703 AN Highpass Highpass Assumed leadership of remnant of Sanaman National Sector Affiliate Party after Sanaman Civil War. Ousted in a pro-Shirerithian coup which would ultimately cost him his life.
10.I.1694 AN1703 AN Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
(Federal Humanist Party)
  • Originally co-Archon
  • resigned after electoral defeat in 1702
Smit Wet Schalck 1703 AN1705 AN Highpass Highpass Assumed leadership of the surviving members of the N&H National Sector Party in Highpass following a Shirerithian coup which saw the murder of his immediate predecessor and the purging of N&H cadres within the country. Party-in-exile consisted of members fortunate enough to be outside of the country at the time of the coup, mostly those attending the Second Session of the Congress of Chryse as observers.

Executed in late 1705 AN for falsifying manpower returns submitted to the Benacian Censorate.

Eini Nieminen 12.I.1694 AN1709 AN Jaaland Jaaland
12.I.1694 AN1709 AN Elluenuueq Elluenuueq
  • Adam al-Osman claimed sole leadership of National Sector Party.
  • Encouraged to accept retirement following the failure of key domestic policies.
Daniyal ibn Daniyal Simrani-Kalirion 12.I.1694 AN1709 AN Natopia Natopia
Constantine Loup 13.I.1694 AN1709 AN Unified Governorates Unified Governorates
Sarah Dravot-Osman (Magistra) 10.I.1694 AN1715 AN Constancia Constancia
  • Acclaimed by the National Sector Party. Passed from natural causes.
Soleima Eslamdokht 1694 AN1716 AN Shireroth Shireroth
Xander Jen Johannes 1703 AN1716 AN Sovereign Confederation Sovereign Confederation Rose from obscurity in the remnant parties sympathetic to the victorious N&H forces after the Scouring. Secured Sovereign independence within the Benacian Union during the Second Session of the Congress of Chryse.
Malik Arrānāni (Dux) 22.VI.1694 AN – 23.IV.1717 AN Constancia Constancia
Davit Teimuraz 24.V.1712 AN Natopia Natopia Posted to Eastern Natopia after a period of exile in the UGB. Lost office after reunification of Natopia.
Daniyal al-Osman 10.I.1694 AN – 13.XV.1716 AN Hurmu Hurmu
(Coalition for Democratic Humanism)
1703 AN1719 AN Normark Normark
(Einhorn Society)
  • Elevated to the Archonate after Normark's independence from Elluenuueq and his own accession to the throne.
  • Deposed by his son.
Jamshid-e Osman 13.XV.1716 AN – 24.II.1720 AN Hurmu Hurmu
(Coalition for Democratic Humanism)
Ardashir Kalir 20.III.1712 AN1717 AN International Mandate International Mandate
(Nationalist & Humanist Party of Tiegang)
1709 AN1721 AN Elluenuueq Elluenuueq
  • Replaced Adam al-Osman.
  • Died of natural causes shortly after resigning office.
Zahra Zjandari 12.I.1694 AN – 27.XV.1722 AN Alalehzamin Alalehzamin
  • Formerly regional sector affiliate party of the N&H in Elwynn. Claimed co-archonship at the establishment of the Archonate in 1694 AN. Broke with national leadership after the Scouring (20.XIV.1695 AN)
  • Zahra Zjandari passed away in 1722 AN following a failure to diagnose and treat a malignant tumour in her womb.