Kingdom of Wajo / Prov. Sulawesi Selatan, Kab. Wajo

The kingdom of Wajo (1399-1957) was a kingdom of the Bugis People,  founded in 1399. South Sulawesi.
The title of the king is Arung.


* Foto kingdom of Wajo: link
* Foto palace “Saoraja Mallangga”: link


About the king

Present dynasty-chief: Arung Matoa La Koro Batara Wajo (2013). see: link
Title of the king: Arung Matoa.

There is no foto available.


History of the kingdom of Wajo

The Kingdom of Wajo was founded around 1399, in the territory of South Sulawesi. Its ruler is called “King of Wajo”. Wajo is a continuation of the previous kingdom of Cinnotabi. There is an oral tradition of pau-pau rikadong considered as the story of the formation of Wajo. Namely the daughter of Luwu, We Tadampali who suffered skin diseases and then exiled and stranded in Tosora.
Next he met the son of Arumpone Bone who was hunting. Eventually they married and formed a dynasty in Wajo. There is also another oral tradition that is the story of La Banra, a prince Soppeng who wandered to Sajoanging and open the land in Cinnotabi.

A geopolitical map of South Sulawesi around 1590, depicting the division of the peninsula between Gowa-Talloq and the Tellumpocco alliance

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Map of kingdom of Wajo end 19th and begin 20th century:

Luwu akhir abad ke-19 dan awal abad ke-20


List of kings

Kingdom pre-Wajo named Cinnongtabi

– La Paukke Arung Cinnotabi I,
– We Panangngareng Arung Cinnotabi II,
– We Tenrisui Arung Cinnotabi III,
– La Patiroi Arung Cinnotabi IV.
– Source: http://pelajarpro.com/sejarah-kerajaan-wajo/
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Wajo kingdom

1) 1474-1481: La Palewo to Palippu
2) 1481-1486: La Obbi Settiriware
3) 1486-1491: La Tenriumpu to Langi
4) 1491-1521: La Tadampare Puangrimaggalatung; Lowong 3 years
5) 1524-1535: La Tenri Pakado To Nampe
6) 1535-1538: La Temmassonge
7) 1538-1547: La Warani To Temmagiang
8) 1547: La Malagenni
9) 1547-1564: La Mappauli To Appamadeng
10) 1564-1567: La Pakoko To Pa’bele’
11) 1567-1607: La Mungkace To Uddamang
12) 1607-1610: La Sangkuru Patau Mulajaji
13) 1612-1616: La Mappepulu To Appamole
14) 1616-1621: La Samalewa To Appakiung
15) 1621-1626: La Pakallongi To Alinrungi
16) 1627-1628: To Mappassaungnge
17) 1628-1636: La Pakallongi To Alinrungi
18) 1636-1639: La Tenri lai to Udamang
19) 1639-1643: Isigajang To Bunne
20) 1643-1648: La Makkaraka To Patemmui
21) 1648-1651: La Temmasonge
22) 1651-1658: La Paramma To Rewo
23) 1658-1670: La Tenri Lai To Sengngeng
24) 1670-1679: La Palili To Malu’
25) 1679-1699: La Pariusi Daeng Manyampa
26) 1699-1702: La Tenri Sessu
27) 1702-1703: La Mattone’
28) 1703:1712: La Galigo To Sunnia
29) 1712-1715: La Tenri Werung
30) 1715-1736: La Salewangeng To Tenriruwa
31) 1736-1754: La Maddukkelleng Daeng Simpuang
32) 1754-1755: La Mad’danaca
33) 1758-1761: La Passaung
34) 1761-1767: La Mappajung puanna salowo
35) 1767-1770: La Malliungeng; Lowong
36) 1795-1817: La Mallalengeng; Lowong 4 tahun
37) 1821-1825: La Manang; Lowong 14 tahun
38) 1839-1845: La Pa’dengngeng; Lowong 9 tahun
39) 1854-1859: La Pawellangi PajumperoE
40) 1859-1885: La Cincing Akil Ali
41) 1885-1891: La Koro (±1885-1891)
42) La Patongai Datu Lompulle Korte Veklaring 1906 causing the changing status of the kingdom of Wajo to become part of the Dutch colony and the transformation of the royal structure into Onder-Afdeling Wajo under Afdeling Bone,
43) 1900-1916: Ishak Manggabarani Krg Mangeppe; Lowong 10 tahun
44) 1926-1933: A. Oddangpero Datu Larompong
45) 1933-1949: A. Mangkona Datu Mario Pjs Arung Matowa (peralihan)
1) 1949: A. Sumangerukka datu pattojo (ex patola putra AMW 44)
2) 1949: A. Ninnong (ex ranreng tuwa)

Pemerintah Daerah era transisi (1950-1957)
1) A.Pallawarukka (ex pilla)
2) A. Magga Amirullah (ex sulewatang pugi)
3) A. Pallawarukka (masa jabatan kedua

– Source:

La Tenri Oddang ( La Oddang PEro ) Datu Larompong Arung Matoa Wajo XLIV, ruled 1926-1933.


Palace: Saoraja Mallangga

* Foto palace “Saoraja Mallangga”: link

Saoraja Mallangga - Kesultanan Wajo