Sha'hiri was a childe of Haqim and the Eldest of the Assamites, the "Old Man of the Mountain", before his Kindred brother Jamal. He was a wealthy Syrian cloth merchant who was a regular spectator of the gladiatorial games during the Roman Era.
The Du'at found Sha'hiri guilty of bringing the shame of the Treaty of Tyre in 1496 upon the Clan. Sha'hiri stepped down, charging Jamal with redeeming the children, and allowed himself to be diablerized by him.
In Libellus Sanguinis III, Sha'hiri is described as the Eldest and as a part of the Sorcerer Caste. However, given that Thetmes is part of the Warrior Caste, castes cannot be changed, and all Assamite Sorcerers are believed to descend from ur-Shulgi, this was likely a mistake on behalf of the authors.
- ↑ Thetmes was embraced in 25 BCE, and Haqim did not actively embrace childer until the Second City, much later from the time of the Great Deluge around 2800 BCE.