• Kadipaten Pakualaman

    A. Sejarah Kadipaten Pakualaman adalah wilayah otonom (Pangeran Merdiko) yang pada awalnya berada di wilayah kekuasaan Kesultanan Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat. Pangeran Notokusumo, putera Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono I (Sri Sultan HB I) adalah Paku Alam I yang bergelar Kanjeng Gusti Pangeran Adipati Paku Alam I (KGPA PA ...

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  • Serdang Sultanate

    The History of Serdang Sultanate The inception of Serdang Sultanate is closely related with the glory of Aceh Darussalam Sultanate. The Commander in Chief of Army and Commander of Fleet of the Sultanate called Sri Paduka Tuanku Gocah Pahlawan became the main figure of Serdang Sultanate ...

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  • Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate

    History of the Kingdom/Sultanate a. Prince Mangkubumi, Founder of Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate The history of Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate is inseparable from the figure of Prince Mangkubumi. Born with the name of Raden Mas Sujono, Prince Mangkubumi is the younger brother of Susuhunan Paku Buwono II, the ...

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  • Mempawah Kingdom

    “Mempawah” derived from “Mempauh”, the name of trees that grow on the upper course of a river that was later called also as Mempawah River (J.U. Lontaan, 1975: 125). As time goes by, Mempawah has become associated with the name of a kingdom/sultanate that emerged in West Kalimantan. The ...

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  • Kutai Kartanegara Sultanate

    Kutai Kartanegara ing Martadipura is a sultanate located in area known as Tenggarong, East Kalimantan Province. It is estimated to stand in the 1300s AD (14th century) and has been removed in 1960. However, the Sultanate was back to exist in 2001 with appointing the King who holds the title of Sultan Haji ...

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  • Surakarta Hadiningrat Sunanate

    The History of Surakarta Hadiningrat Sunanate The establishment of Surakarta Hadiningrat Sunanate was the impact of the prolonged conflict occurred in the Sultanate of Islamic Mataram, which established since the 16th century. Its first central government was located in Mentaok, later on it was moved to ...

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  • Kesultanan Brunei Darussalam

    A. Early Brunei (the Old Brunei) The historical record mentions the culture of Brunei has existed since the 4th century. The area of Brunei used to be known as the temporary stopping port of the ships coming from Chinese, Arabian, and Indian. The merchant sailors usually stopped by and continued to sail ...

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