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History of Indonesia 1500 to 1670

History of Indonesia 1500 to 1670

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Published by: Herman Adriansyah AL Tjakraningrat on Sep 03, 2009
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1500 to 1670: Great Kings and Trade Empires
 Palembang converts to Islam.
 Trenggono, grandson of Raden Patah, becomesprince of Demak.
Local powers on Java around 1500 included:
which was the chief power in Java in theearly 1500s. Nearby 
participated in many naval expeditions.
. Some powers that later came under Surabaya include
, home of Sunan Giri, and 
, which was a Hindu power under Pajajaranuntil the arrival of Sunan Gunungjati.
 Portuguese visit Melaka for the first time.
The goal of the Portuguese was to take control of trade. Later trade empires would include Gowa,Banten, and the Dutch VOC or East India Company.The original goal of all of them was money before political power, but they did not always stick to their original goal.
Portuguese Admiral Albuquerque sets sailfrom Goa to Melaka.
August 10
Albuquerque's forces take Melaka.Sultan of Melaka escapes to Riau.Portuguese in Melaka destroy a "Javanese" fleet.Their ship sinks with treasure on way back toGoa.
Albuquerque sends three ships under da Breu from Melaka to explore eastwards.
The gate to the Portuguese fortress at Melaka.Melaka was the center of the Portuguese tradeempire in the Indies in the 1500s. The Portuguese inMelaka were attacked every few years by theSultans of Malaya and Sumatra, especially Acehand Johore. Sometimes alliances would be formed with powers on Java to attack the Portuguese.
 Da Breu expedition travels from Melaka toMadura, Bali, Lombok, Aru and Banda. Two shipsare wrecked at Banda. Da Breu returns toMelaka; Francisco Serrão repairs ship andcontinues to Ambon, Ternate, and Tidore. Serrãooffers support to Ternate in a dispute with Tidore--his men build a Portuguese post at Ternate.
Serrão wrote to Magellan at this time (who formerly served under Albuquerque, but pledged allegianceto Spain after being refused a promotion) telling Magellan about the riches of the Indies.
 A force from Jepara and Palembang attacks thePortuguese in Melaka, but is repulsed.
Portuguese send an envoy to King of Pajajaran. Portuguese are allowed to build a fortat Sunda Kelapa (now Jakarta).Portuguese make contact with King Udara, son of Girindrawardhana and ruler over the remnant of Majapahit.Portuguese build factories at Ternate and Bacan.Udara attacks Demak with the help of the King of Klungkung on Bali. Majapahit forces are drivenback, but Sunan Ngudung falls in battle. Manymore supporters of Majapahit flee to Bali.
Powers on Sumatra included:
, the first major Islamic power in what is now Indonesia. It was founded by local rulers of Lamuri,around today's Banda Aceh, after they wereexpelled from Pedir (around today's Sigli). After thefall of Melaka to the Portuguese, many Muslimmerchants moved their business operations to Aceh, and this caused Aceh to grow as a trading  power.
where sultans still ruled long after thefall of Srivijaya.
On Kalimantan,
was a thriving city founded by refugees from the fall of Majapahit.
 Ali Mughayat Syah is first Sultan of Aceh.
On Bali the King of 
(near today's Klungkung)was the most powerful king in the 1500s.
 First Portuguese visit Timor.
 Sultan Mahmud of Melaka takes power at Johore.Raden Patah passes away; Yunus becomesSultan of Demak.
The Sultanate of Johore was attacked by thePortuguese all through the 1520s.
 Aceh begins taking northeast coast of Sumatra.Balinese attack on Lombok.Portuguese traders begin visiting Flores andSolor.Banjar on Kalimantan converts to Islam.
 Yunus leads fleet from Demak and Cirebonagainst the Portuguese in Melaka. Yunus is killedin battle. Trenggono becomes Sultan of Demak.Portuguese take Pasai in Sumatra; Gunungjatileaves Pasai for Mecca.Last ship of Magellan expedition around the worldsails between Lembata and Pantar islands inNusa Tenggara.
Sultan Trenggono is remembered as a ruler who did much to spread Islam throughout East and Central Java.
Portuguese expedition under De Britoarrives on Banda.
De Brito expedition arrives at Ternate, buildsa Portuguese fort.Banten, still Hindu, asks for Portuguese helpagainst Muslim Demak.Survivors of Magellan's expedition around theworld visit Timor.Portuguese build fort at Hitu on Ambon.
Only 18 men survived Magellan's expedition, but they returned to Spain with about a ton of cloves,enough to make them wealthy for life.
The arrival of Spanish ships was worrisome to thePortuguese, however, who now had to deal with aEuropean competitor in the heart of the SpiceIslands.

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