Kingdom of Konawe / Prov. Sulawesi Tenggara, Kab. Konawe

The kingdom of Konawe is a kingdom of the Konawe People, located in south east Sulawesi.
The title of the king is Mokole.

District of Konawe

Prov. of South East Sulawesi


* Foto’s old Sulawesi, tribes on Sulawesi and ancient sites: link


About the king

Present king: Nur Alam sebagai Raja Konawe with the title Apuno Mokole Tolaki Konawe.
The present king was installed on 21 april 2014.

 


History of the kingdom

Google translation

Konawe Kingdom exists since the 5th century and king I was Tanggolwuta. Previously there were small kingdoms: Kingdom of Wawolesea, Kingdom of Besulutu and Kingdom Padangguni.

The opinion is why Wekoila who agreed to become King I in the Kingdom of Konawe, described as follows:
– Before Wekoila became Mokole (king) More I of Konawe, the ruling kings did not have a regular government system concept.
– Kings ruled autocratically, did not use the king’s auxiliary apparatus, so the wheels of government were not going well.
– Kings did not yet understand what to do, to whom should be responsible, if there was a vacuum in government. King Wekoila became the head of the Konawe Kingdom (± 948 – 968) is considered as a sign of the beginning of a well-organized system of government.


List of kings of Konawe

* abad ke 5: Tanggolowuta
* abad ke 5: Tomandalangi
* abad ke 6: Toletelangi
* abad ke 6: To mandalangi II
* abad ke 6: To Batilangi

* abad ke 7: Tosiaralangi
* abad ke 7: To Saenggalangi
* abad ke 8: To Umalalangi
* abad ke 8: To Sisilalangi
* abad ke 8: To Dedeiralangi

* abad ke 9: To Rundulangi
* abad ke 9: To Botulangi
* abad ke 10: To Ramalangi (Totongano Wonua)
* abad ke 10: Ramandalangi (Langgai Moriana)
* abad ke 10: Wekoila (Wetenriabeng)
* abad ke 10: We Pitiri Dori

* abad ke 11: La Baso-Baso
* abad ke 11: La Isapa
* abad ke 12: La Tamandalangi
* abad ke 12: Ohuku
* abad ke 12: Tandengi

* abad ke 13: Lahuku
* abad ke 13: Laisapa II
* abad ke13: Oheo
* abad ke 14: Larendelangi
* abad ke 14: La ndurulamoa
* abad ke 14: Bunggulawa

* abad ke 15: Tolindu
* abad ke 15: Lakidende
* abad ke 15: Onggabo
*abad ke 16: Wealanda
* abad ke 16: Melamba

* abad ke 17: Tebawo
* abad ke 17: Maago
* abad ke 18: Lakidende II
* abad ke 18: Pakandatea (temporary)
* abad ke 19: Latalambe (temporary)
* abad ke 20: Saranani (temporary)

– Sumber: Dokumenta DPRD Prov. Sulawesi Tenggara (1977): http://lib.uin-malang.ac.id/appendix/09750006%5B1%5D-ardianto-azis.pdf


Source (only indon. language)

– Sejarah kerajaan Konawe:  http://tolaki-konawe-mekongga.blogspot.co.id/2013/10/sejarah-kerajaan-konawe.html
Sejarah kerajaan Konawe:  http://konawesatu.blogspot.co.id/2010/07/konawe-empire.html
– Sejarah lengkap kerajaan Konawe: http://junaidsultra.blogspot.co.id/2015/05/sejarah-dan-kebudayaan-konawe-zaman.html

Sejarah awal kerajaan Konawe: http://tolaki-konawe-mekongga.blogspot.co.id/2013/10/sejarah-singkat-kerajaan-konawe.html


Foto

King of Konawe

Installation of Nur Alam as king of Konawe with the title Apuno Mokole Tolaki Konawe

Rumah Adat (traditional house). Palace

A large collection of Al Qur’an from wooden slabs of the kingdom of Konawe

Flag of the kingdom of Konawe