Indonesia Articles Missing Geocoordinate Data: Majapahit, Kalimantan, Malacca Sultanate, Sunda Kingdom, Mataram Sultanate

9781233269907: Indonesia Articles Missing Geocoordinate Data: Majapahit, Kalimantan, Malacca Sultanate, Sunda Kingdom, Mataram Sultanate
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 208. Chapters: Malacca Sultanate, Majapahit, Sunda Kingdom, Mataram Sultanate, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Battle of Sungei Koemba, Majene, Candi of Indonesia, Medang Kingdom, 2005 Bali bombings, Memnon (clipper), Center for International Forestry Research, Battle of Surabaya, Banten Sultanate, Tanjung Priok massacre, Amboyna massacre, Battle of Sunda Strait, Battle of Balikpapan (1945), Nagarakretagama, Santa Cruz massacre, Taruna Nusantara, Adam Air Flight 172, Syiah Kuala University, Melayu Kingdom, Action of 18 October 1806, Raid on Batavia (1806), Sultanate of Cirebon, Battle of Kindau, Singhasari, Kumai, De La Salle University (Indonesia), Kashmir Princess, Sebelas Maret University, Surantih, Trisakti shootings, Ternate Sultanate, Kemayoran, Menteng, MV Levina 1, Tais, Islamic University of Indonesia, Kampar River, Terbuka University, Kapuas Regency, Sukuh, Petra Christian University, Battle of Palembang, First Sumatran expedition, Leuser Ecosystem, FX Sudirman, Airlangga University, Kuala Namu International Airport, Penjaringan, Surakarta Sunanate, Brawijaya University, Parahyangan Catholic University, Battle of Badung Strait, Buyat Bay, Jeruk Purut Cemetery, State Senior High School 1 Mungkid, 2005 Palu market bombing, North Jakarta, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Pecatu, Great Mosque of Central Java, State University of Surabaya, SMUK 1 Jakarta, Battle of Biak, Gadjah Mada University, Bogor Agricultural Institute, Kutai, Sonbai Kecil, Pagaruyung Kingdom, Karmawibhangga Museum, MV Senopati Nusantara, Pesantren, Galang Refugee Camp, Al-Izhar Pondok Labu, Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, USS Bullhead (SS-332), Yogyakarta Sultanate, Muhammadiyah University of Makassar, Maranatha Christian University, Saint Joseph College, Malang, University of North Sumatra, Primagama Tutoring Institution, Indonesia Museum, Universitas Nasional, Sang Nila Utama, HKBP Nommensen University, Tangerang Regency, Central Jakarta, Kota, Jakarta, Senen, Indonesia Christian Church, USS Capelin (SS-289), Alor Regency, Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum, Mercu Buana University, Operation Cockpit, Sari temple, Museum Rudana, Sonbai Besar, Udayana University, Jakarta International College, Jakarta-Serpong Toll Road, Jabung, Sambisari, Atma Jaya University, Yogyakarta, Gunung Kidul Regency, Lion Air Flight 386, Jakarta Outer Ring Road, Trigana Air Service Flight 168, West Manggarai Regency. Excerpt: The Malacca sultanate (Malay: Kesultanan Melayu Melaka; Jawi script: ??????? ????? ????) was a Malay sultanate centered in the modern day state of Malacca, Malaysia. Conventional historical thesis marks circa 1400 as the founding year of the sultanate by a renegade Malay Raja of Singapura, Iskandar Shah, who was also known in certain accounts as "Parameswara". The view however is being contested by a new historical argument that place the founding year in circa 1262. At the height of the sultanate's power in the 15th century, its capital grew into one of the most important entrepots of its time, with territory covering much of the Malay peninsula, Riau Islands and a significant portion of the east coast of Sumatra. As a bustling international trading port, Malacca emerged as a center for Islamic learning and dissemination, and encouraged the development of the Malay language, literature and arts. It heralded the golden age of Malay sultanates in the archipelago, in which Classical Malay became the lingua franca of the Maritime Southeast Asia and Jawi script became the primary medium for cultural, religious and intellectual exchange. It is through these intellectual, spiritual and cultural developments, the Malaccan era witnessed the enculturation of a Malay identity, the Malayisation of the region and the subsequent formation of an Alam Melayu. In 1511, the capital of Malacca fell to...

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