Kingdom of Tatanga / Prov. Sulawesi Tengah, Wilayah Kota Palu

The  kingdom of Tatanga was located on Sulawesi, prov. Sulawesi Tengah, region of the city of Kota. Palu.

Location of Palu (red)


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


History of the kingdom

In Madolo Malolo Tatanga’s record, the period of kebaligauan (Baligau: the title for the king) lasted for 46 years after the Bongaya Treaty (1667), between the Dutch – the VOC and the Kingdom of Goa.
Baligau (king) in Tatanga headed the area called Patanggota (four regions), which includes Bulili (Birobuli), Lekatu, Maravola (now called Marawola) and Vau (Vou). Each member (region) was headed by Magau. However, from the period 1609 – 1713, the Kingdom of Tatanga oversaw the valunggota (eight ngata / ngata / region).


List of kings

The names of Baligau (king) who led the Kingdom of Tatanga period 1713 – 1903 (or for 190 years) or until the early entry of the Dutch colonists to the Palu Valley were:

Busilemba: 27 years
Bekalemba: 23 years
Mo Esabulava (queen): 31 years
Kalonjogu: 27 years
Lasatumpagi: 25 years
Lasarata: 19 tahun.
Maebunga (queen): 10 years
Lasatandedunia: 20 years
(1895 – 1903): Rangginggamagi (queen): 8 years

The Tatanga government under the leadership of Ratu Ranggigamagi (1895 – 1903) consisteded of the following; Baligau (queen) was Ranggigamagi, Madika Malolo (head of government) Amir Kasa, Punggava (commander of troops) Gonurante, Pabisara (spokesman) Latorampe, Galara (judge) Ritulero, and Tadulako (panglima) Songgolangi.
During the reign of Queen Ranggigamagi there was the war against the Dutch troops (marsose) in the valley of Palu. Tatanga prepared its fort in Ngata (city) Tatanga, Lelonggarata and Bulili (Birobuli).


Queen Ranggigamagi, 1895 – 1903

On Thursday 7 September 1903, Queen Tatanga was captured by the Dutch at Uvempomata (Palupi). The Dutch troops attacked Tatanga led by Lieutenant Voskuil. Following the arrest of Queen Ranggigamagi, the queen husband named Lingijombu, Madika Malolo Amir Kasa, and five Tadulako, namely Ritulero, Gonurante, Latorampe, Kundu and Sambali.
The Netherlands exiled Ratu Ranggigamagi and her followers to Nusakambangan Island (Central Java), and in 1909 the female hero of Tana Kaili was moved as a prisoner in Semarang.


Source (only indon. language)

Sejarah kerajaan Tatanga: http://curcollogi.blogspot.co.id/2015/06/tatanga-patriotisme-nyaris-terlupakan-2.html
– Ratu Ranggigamagi diasingkan oleh belanda 1909: http://curcollogi.blogspot.co.id/2015/06/tatanga-patriotisme-nyaris-terlupakan-2.html


Foto

Queen Ranginggamagi.

Queen Ranginggamagi.