Atlas of Indonesian History-1

Islamization of the Indonesian archipelago and lines of Muslim religious influence in the archipelago · Slaving in the Indonesian archipelago, 16th-18th centuries …
Sulu Sea. Main island groups, seas and straits of the Indonesian archipelago · Major changes in place names, eastern Indonesia. About the Maps · Finding …
Hydrographic Dept, Sulu and Celebes Sea [cartographic material] : Sulu Archipelago and the North Coast of Borneo, 1887. Source: National Library of Australia …
Reid, Anthony, ed., Slavery, bondage and dependency in Southeast Asia. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1983. Warren, James Francis, The Sulu …
The coastal regions there were subject to the sultan of Sulu, while the interior was dominated by largely independent Kadazan tribes. In the 1870s, however, …
Boat-dwelling Bajau Laut from the islands of Tawi-Tawi and Sibutu in the Sulu archipelago settled in many places along the Kalimantan and Sulawesi coasts in  …
Placenames: Banten, Brunei, Buton, Cirebon, Demak, Gresik, Makassar, Melaka, Pasai, Pattani, Sulu, Ternate, Trengganu …
… Indochina, Java, Luzon, Mangkalihat, Mindanao, Mindoro, Natal, New Guinea, Palawan, Panay, Seram, Sikuleh, Sulawesi, Sulu, Sumatra, Tanimbar, Timor …
Brunei, meanwhile, was also in decline before the rising sultanate of Sulu, based in the archipelago between Borneo and Mindanao. In return for backing the …
… South China Sea, Southwest Islands, Sula Islands, Sulu Islands, Sulu Sea, Sumba Strait, Sunda Strait, Talaud Islands, Tambelan Islands, Tanimbar Islands,  …
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