The Kingdom of Bungku is a kingdom of the Bungku People, located in Sulawesi, District of Morowali, prov of central Sulawesi.
Thus kingdom exists since the 17th century. Free from the sultanate of Ternate in 1900.
District of Morowali
Foto’s kingdom of Bungku: below
Line of kingdoms on Sulawesi: link
Foto kingdoms on Sulawesi
Video history kingdoms on Sulawesi
– Video history kingdoms on Sulawesi, 40.000 BC – 2018: link
– Video history kingdoms on South Sulawesi, 1AD – 2020: link
– Video history kingdoms on Sulawesi Tenggara, 50.000 BC – 2020: link
– Video history kingdoms on North Sulawesi, 4000 BC – today: link
KINGDOM OF BUNGKU
The king today (2018)
Queen of Bungku: Peapua Hajjah Andi Bau Husnul Ziadah Binti Peapua Achmad Hadie. Foto year 2010.
History of the kingdom of Bungku
Bungku kingdom was conquered by Ternate troops (not yet known when it’s time). In 1682 it was taken over by Governor Padbrugge on behalf of the Dutch East India Company, with the aim of punishing the Sultan of Ternate for his rebellion against the Company’s rule. Prior to being taken over by the Dutch government, Bungku had a self-government.
In the beginning of the 20th century there were in the region of Central Sulawesi six kingdoms, namely the Kingdom of Poso, Kingdom of Napu, Mori Kingdom, Kingdom of Tojo, Una Una Kingdom, and Kingdom Bungku, which each other has nothing to do. The six kingdoms were originally under the influence of three kingdoms, namely the southern regions were subject to the Luwu Kingdom based in Palopo; the northern part was subject to the Sigi Kingdom domiciled in Sigi (Donggala County District), and; the eastern region, Bungku area, including the archipelago, was subject to the Kingdom of Ternate.
Map of Sulawesi 19th century
List of kings (Peapua)
- c.1672 – …. Kacili Lamboja
- …. – …. Sangian Kinambuga
- …. – 1747 Kacili Surabi (died 1747)
- 1747 – …. Foajianto
- …. – …. Kacili Lamboja
- …. – 1825 Kacili Papa (first time)
- 1825 Ratu Boki Penesi (queen of Bungku)
- 1825 – 1840 Kacili Dongke Kombi
- 1840 – 1848 Kacili Papa (second time)
- c.1848 – c.1851 Kacili Sadek
- 1851 – 1873 Kacili Laman
- 1873 – 1879 Kacili Moloku
- 1880 – 1884 Majelis Perwalian Bungku
- 1884 – 1907 Kacili Laopeke
- 1907 – 1922 Putera Abdul Wahab (died 1925)
- 1922 – 1925 Abdullah -(temporary)
- 1925 – 1931 Ahmad Hadie (born 1884 – died 1965)
- 1931 – 1937 Abdul Razak
- 1938 – 1950 Abdul Rabbi (born 1904 – died 1974)
– Source: Wiki
Palace of the kingdom of Bungku
Source (only indon. language)
– Sejarah kerajaan bungku di Wiki: https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerajaan_Bungku
– Sejarah kerajaan Bungku: http://sobrylabinta.blogspot.co.id/2012/11/sejarah-kerajaan-bungku.html
– Sejarah kerajaan Bungku: http://syakirmahid.blogspot.co.id/2010/10/sejarah-dan-budaya-masyarakat-bungku.html
– Sejarah kerajaan Bungku: http://morowalikab.go.id/sejarah/
– Daftar raja Wiki: link
– Suku Bungku: https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suku_Bungku
– Suku Bungku: http://protomalayans.blogspot.co.id/2012/10/suku-bungku-sulawesi.html
King the 11th of Bungku
Last king of Bungku, 1941-1950
Raja Ahmad Hadie (1925-1931) was installed as King Bungku replacing King H. Putra Abdul Wahab, who died in Mecca while performing the Hajj.
King Abdurrabi- last king of Bungku, 1937-1971.