Alphabetical

Sultans / Raja’s of ……..

Aboru Leaholi Samasuru (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Abubu (Negeri, Nusa Laut, Maluku) – see site

Abui (Alor) – see site

Aceh Darusalam (1496-1903, Aceh) – see site

Aceh – Uleebalang –  see site

Adonara (Adonara) – see site

Agangnionjo (Sul. Selatan, kab. Barru) – see site

Agrabinta (abad ke-1, Jawa) – see site

Ai Renung (Sumbawa) – see site

Aiduma (Papua) – see site

Air Pura (abad 9-12, Sumatera) – see site

Ajer Lebu (Aceh) – see site

Akoon, (Negeri, P. Nusa Laut) – see site

Alam Surambi Sungai Pagu (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Alifuru, Suku Alifuru – (Seram, Maluku) see site

Alita (Sulawesi) – see site

Alla (Swaparaja, Sulawesi) – see site

Alor (kerajaan di pulau Alor) – see site

Alu (Sulawesi) – see site

Amabi – OEfeto (Timor) – see site

Amahei (Negeri, Seram Maluku) – see site

Amahusu (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Amanatun (Timor) – see site

Amanuban (Timor) – see site

Amarasi (Timor) – see site

Amasekaru (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Amatoa (Sul. Selatan, Kab. Bulukumba) – see site

Ambawang (1800-1830, Kalimantan) – see site

Ambeno Kolabe (Timor) – see site

Amfoan (Timor) – see site

Anabanua (Sul.Selatan, Wajo) – see site

Anak Sungai (Sumatera, Bengkulu) – see site

Anakalang (Sumba) – see site

Ara Bontohari (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Aralle (Sulawesi) – see site

Arangkaa (Sul.Utara, kep. Talaud) – see site

Arguni (Papua) – see site

Aria Banjar Getas (Lombok) – see site

Arosbaya (Madura) – see site

Aru (Haru) (abad 13-17, Sumatera) – see site

Arungkeke (Sulawesi) – see site

Asahan (Sumatera) – see site

Asilulu (negeri, P. Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Atiati (Papua) – see site

Atinggola (Sulawesi) – see site

Baa (Rote) – see site

Bacan (Bacan, Maluku) –see site

Bacukiki (Sulawesi) –see site

Bada (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Badau (Bangka/Belitung) – see site

Badung / Puri Agung Denpasar (Bali) – see site

Bajeng (Sulawesi) – see site

Balanipa (Sulawesi) – see site

Bali Majapahit – see site

Balinggi (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Balingkang (Bali, Bangli) – see site

Balok (Bangka/Belitung) – see site

Balusu (Sulawesi, Barru) – see site

Balusu (Sulawesi, Toraja) – see site

Bambang (Sulawesi) – see site

Bambapuang (Sulawesi, Enrekang) – see site

Banawa (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Bancea (wil. Poso, Sulawesi) – see site

Bandung (Jawa) – see site

Bangga (Sigi, Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Banggae (Sul. Barat, Majene) – see site

Banggai  (Sul. Tengah) – see site

Bangkala (Sul.Selatan, Jeneponto) – see site

Bangkalaan (Kalimantan) – see site

Bangkalan (Madura) – see site

Bangko (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Bangli (Bali) – see site

Banjarmasin (Kalimantan Selatan) – see site

Bantaeng (Sulawesi) – see site

Banten (Java) – see site

Banua Lima (Banjar, Kalimantan Selatan) – see site

Banua Tamiang (1300-1558, Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Baringin (Sulawesi) – see site

Barombong (Sulawesi) – see site

Barru (Sulawesi) – see site

Barus (abad 14-19, Sumatera) – see site

Batak, Dinasti Pardosi (Pohan), Sumatera – see site

Batak Tua (Batahan, Sumatera) – see site

Batak, Dinasti Pasaribu (Haturosan) Sumatera) – see site

Batak, Dinasti Sisingamangaraja, Sumatera – see site

Batak, Dinasti Sorimangaraja (Sagala), Sumatera – see site

Batanghio (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Batavia / Jakarta – see site

Batin Enam Suku (abad ke-13, Riau, Kab. Indragiri Hilir) – see site

Batu (Sulawesi, Sidenreng-Rappang) – see site

Batu Lappa (Sulawesi) – see site

Batu Licin (Kalimantan) – see site

Batu Merah (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Batulapa (Sulawesi) – see site

Batulolong (Alor Island) – see site

Bayan (Lombok) – see site

Bedagai (Sumatera) – see site

Bedahulu (880-1350, Bali) – see site

Belantu (Bangka/Belitung) – see site

Belawa (Sul.Selatan, Wajo) – see site

Belu (Timor) – see site

Bendahara (Aceh-Tamiang, Sumatera) – see site

Benua Tunu (Aceh-Tamiang, Sumatera) – see site

Beo (Sul. Utara, kep. Talaud) – see site

Berau (1377-1810, Kalimantan) – see site

Besoa (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Besulutu (Sul. Tenggara, Konawe) – see site

Beutong (Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Biboki (Timor) – see site

Bila (Sumatera) – see site

Bilba (P. Rote) – see site

Bima (Sumbawa) – see site

Binamu (Sulawesi) – see site

Bintan Darul Masyhur (Sumatera) – see site

Bintauna (Sulawesi) – see site

Binuang (Sulawesi) – see site

Biromaru (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Blambangan (kuno, Jawa) – see site

Blega (Madura) – see site

Blora (Kabupaten, Jawa Tengah) – see site

Boalemo (Sulawesi) – see site

Boawae (Nagekeo, Flores) – see site

Bohorok (Langkat, Sumatera) – see site

Bokai (Rote island) – see site

Bolaang-Itang (Sulawesi) – see site

Bolaang Mongondow (Sulawesi) – see site

Bolang Uki (Sulawesi) – see site

Bolango (Gorontalo, Sulawesi) – see site

Bolano (Sul. Tengah, Kab. Parigi Moutong) – see site

Bombana (Sulawesi, kab. Bombana) – see site

Bone (Sulawesi) – see site

Bontoa (Sulawesi) – see site

Bontonompo (kab. Gowa, Sulawesi Selatan) – see site

Booi Samahu Amanolatu (Negeri, P.Saparua) – see site

Borisalo (Gowa, Sulawesi) – see site

Boti (Timor) – see site

Bowontehu (Sulawesi) – see site

Buano (negeri, P. Seram, Maluku) – see site

Bubasan (Sumatera) – see site

Bubohu (Sulawesi) – see site

Bubon (Aceh) – see site

Buding (Bangka/Belitung) – see site

Bukit Batu Patah (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Buleleng (Bali) – see site

Bulubulu (Sulawesi) – see site

Bulungan  (Kalimantan) – see site

Bungabali (Alor) – see site

Bungku (Sulawesi) – see site

Bungo Satangkai (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Bungoro (Sulawesi, P. Pangkajene) – see site

Buntu Batu (Sulawesi) – see site

Buntu Pune (Toraja, Sulawesi) – see site

Bunut (Kalimantan) – see site

Buru (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Buol (Sulawesi) – see site

Buton, (Sulawesi Tenggara) – see site

Cantung (Kalimantan) – see site

Caruban, cikal bakal kesultanan Cirebon – see site

Cengal (Tjingal) (Kalimantan) – see site

Cenrana (Sulawesi) – see site

Cianjur (Jawa) – see site

Cirebon (Jawa, kesultanan, 1522-1677) – see site

Cirebon, Keraton Kacirebon (Java) – see site

Cirebon, Keraton Kanoman (Java) – see site

Cirebon, Keraton Kaprabonan (Java) – see site

Cirebon, Keraton Kasepuhan (Java) – see site

Cubadak (Nagari, Sum. barat) – see site

Cunda (Aceh) – see site

Damau (Sul. Utara, kep. Talaud) – see site

Daya / Meureuhom (Aceh) – see site

Dehla (Rote island) – see site

Deli (Sumatera) – see site

Demak (1475-1548, Java) – see site

Demak II (awal abad ke-21) – see site

Dengka (Rote island) – see site

Dewa Awan Mas Kuning (kedatuan, Sumbawa) – see site

Dharmasraya (abad 12, Malayu Muda, Sumatera) – see site

Dhasa Nawalu (Tapanuli, Sumatera) – see site

Diu (Rote island) – see site

Djipang (Jipang) (abad ke-16, Jawa) – see site

Djipang (Jipang) (abad ke-21, Jawa) – see site

Dolago (Sul. Tengah, kab. Parigi Moutong) – see site

Dolo (Sul.Tengah, Donggala) – see site

Dolok Silou (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Dompo (Sumba)  – see site

Donggala, kerajaan2 di Kab. Donggala (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Duri (Sulawesi) – see site

Dusun Tuo (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Ema (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Ende (Flores) – see site

Enrekang (kerajaan, Sulawesi) – see site

Enrekang, Kab., kerajaan2 di Kab. Enrekang (Sul. Tengah) – see site

Fansur, abad ke-6 (Sum. Barat) – see site

Fatagar (Papua) – see site

Fialarang (Timor) – see site

Foenay (Timor) – see site

Galesong (Sulawesi) – see site

Galuh (kerajaan, 669–1482 , Jawa) – see site

Galuh-Ciamis (Kabupaten, Jawa barat) – see site

Gantarang (Gowa, Sul. Selatan) – see site

Gasib (abad 17, Sumatera) – see site

Gaura (Sumba) – see site

Gebang (Java) – see site

Gelgel (abad 15-17, Bali) – see site

Geser (Seram timur, P. Geser) – see site

Gianyar (Bali) – see site

Giri Kedaton (1500-1700, Jawa) – see site

Gorontalo (Sulawesi) – see site

Gowa (Sulawesi) – see site

Gunung Galesa (Sumbawa) – see site

Gunung Sahilan (Riau) – see site

Gunung Setia (Sumbawa) – see site

Gunung Tabur (Kalimantan) – see site

Haria (Negeri, Saparua) – see site

Haru (Aru) (Sumatera) – see site

Haruku (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Haruru (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Hatalai (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Hative Besar (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Hative Kecil (Negeri, Amon, Maluku) – see site

Hatu (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Hatuhaha (Negeri, Haruku, Maluku) – see site

Haturosan (Sumatera, Kuno) – see site

Helong (Timor) – see site

Hero Langnge-langnge (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Hila (Negeri, P. Ambon) – see site

Hitulama (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Hitu Meseng (Negeri, Maluku) – see site

Holotan (Sumatera, Jambi) – see site

Horale (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Hualoy (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Huamual (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Hukurila (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Hulaliu Haturessy Rakanyawa (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Hulontalangi (Sulawesi, Gorontalo) – see site

Hulu Aik (Kalimantan) – see site

Huristak (Sumatera, Tapanuli Selatan) – see site

Huta Bayu Marubun, Partuanon (Simalungun) – see site

Hutumuri (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Iha (Saparua, Maluku) – see site

Ihamahu (Saparua, Maluku) – see site

Inderapura (Sumatera): – see site

Indragiri  (Riau) – see site

Indrajati (1100-1500, Sumatera) – see site

Indraprahasta (363-726, Jawa) – see site

Indra Purwa (kuno, Aceh) – see site

Insana (Timor) – see site

Itawaka, Titawaka (Saparua, Maluku) – see site

Jailolo (Halmahera, Maluku) – see site

Jambi (Sumatera) – see site

Jambi, Malayu Jambi ( Malayu Tua), kerajaan / abad ke-7 – see site

Jambu Lipo  (Pagaruyung, Minangkabau) – see site

Jampang Manggung (Cianjur, Jawa barat) – see site

Janggala (Jawa, Kuno) – see site

Jembrana (Bali) – see site

Jeneponto (kerajaan-kerajaan wilayah Jeneponto, Sul. Selatan) – see site

Jereweh (Sumbawa) – see site

Jeumpa (Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Jipang (Djipang) (abad ke-16, Jawa) – see site

Jongkong (Kalimantan) – see site

Kabaena (Sulawesi) – see site

Kabauw Aman Samasuru Amalatu (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Kahuripan (1009-1049, Jawa) – see site

Kaibobu (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Kaidipang (Sulawesi) – see site

Kaidipang Besar (Sulawesi) – see site

Kaili (kerajaan2 di Tanah Kaili, Sul. Tengah) – see site

Kailolo Aman Sahapory (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Kaimana (Papua) – see site

Kairatu (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Kaitetu (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Kajang (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Kalao (Sul. Selatan, kep. Selyar) – see site

Kalingga (Ho-Ling) (abad 6-7, Jawa) – see site

Kalinyamat (1527-1599, Jawa) – see site

Kalisusu (Sulawesi Tenggara) – see site

Kamang (Nagari, Sum. Barat) – see site

Kamaru (Sulawesi) – see site

Kambera (Sumba) – see site

Kampar (Sumatera, Riau) – see site

Kanatang (Sumba) – see site

Kandali (abad ke-5, Sumatera, Jambi) – see site

Kandhar-Taruna (Kep. Sangihe, Sul. Utara) – see site

Kandis (Sumatera) – see site

KangaE (Flores) – see site

Kanjuruhan (Jawa timur) – see site

Kapunduk (Sumba) – see site

Karang Tamiang (Aceh) – see site

Karangasem Sasak (Singasari, Lombok) – see site

Karera (Sumba) – see site

Kartasura, Kasunanan (Kerajaan, Jawa) – see site

Kartasura, Kasunanan, Keraton – see site

Kasa (Sulawesi) – see site

Kasimbar (Sulawesi) –see site

Kataloka (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Kaur (Bengkulu, Sumatera) – see site

Kayeli (P.Buru, Maluku) – see site

Kayu Tangi (Banjar, Kalimantan) – see site

Kedaro (kedatuan kuno) Lombok) – see site

Kediri (1045-1221, Jawa) – see site

Kei, kepulauan Kei (Maluku) – see site

Keka (Rote island) – see site

Kemuning (abad ke-12, Riau, Kab. Indragiri Hilir) – see site

Kendahe (Nusa Utara) – see site

Kendan (abad 6-7, Jawa) – see site

Keo (Flores) – see site

Kepenuhan  (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Kerekok (Lombok) – see site

Keritang (abad ke-12, Riau, kab. Indragiri Hilir) – see site

Kesiman, Puri Agung (Bali) – see site

Ketty Letpey (Negeri, Maluku Barat Daya) –see site

Keumala (Aceh)  –see site

Keumangan (Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Keureuto (Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Kilang (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Kindang (Gowa, Sulawesi) – see site

Kisar (Kisar, Maluku) – see site

Kluet (Sumatera) – see site

Klungkung (Bali) – see site

Kodi (Sumba) – see site

Kodi Bengedo (Sumba) – see site

Kodi Bokol (Sumba) – see site

Kolana (Alor Island) – see site

Kolongan (Kep. Sangihe) – see site

Konawe (Sulawesi) – see site

Korbafo (Rote island) – see site

Kota Kapur (Kep. Bangka Belitung) – see site

Kota Pinang (Sumatera) – see site

Kotawaringin, Kutaringin (Kalimantan) – see site

Koto Alang (Sumatera, Kuno) – see site

Koto Anau (Sumatera, kab. Solok) – see site

Koto Besar (Sumatera) – see site

Koto Rajo (Kab. Pasaman, Sumatera) – see site

Kowiai / Namatota (Papua) – see site

Koying (abad ke-3, Sumatera, Jambi) – see site

Kuala Bate (Aceh) – see site

Kualuh (Sumatera) – see site

Kubu (Kalimantan) – see site

Kubu (Riau) – see site

Kui (Alor Island) – see site

Kulawi (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Kulur-Lounusa Amalatu (negeri, Seram) – see site

Kunto Darussalam (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Kuntu (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Kupang (Timor) – see site

Kuripan (kuno, Kalimantan) – see site

Kuripan (Lombok barat) – see site

Kusan (Kalimantan) – see site

Kutai Kartanegara, kesultanan (Kalimantan) – see site

Kutai Kerajaan (abad ke-4 – 1365, Kalimantan) – see site

Kutai Mulawarman (Kalimantan) – see site

Kutaringin (Kotawaringin) (Kalimantan) – see site

Kwandang (Gorontalo, Sulawesi) – see site

Labakkang (Sulawesi, kab. Pangkajane dan Kepulauan) – see site

Labala Lembata (Lembata Island) – see site

Laboya (Sumba) – see site

Labuhanbatu, kerajaan2 di Kab. Labuhanbatu (Sumatera) – see site

Laeq (Lombok) – see site

Lage (Sulawesi tengah) – see site

Lagundi Nan Baselo (Sum. Barat) – see site

Laha (Negeri, Maluku) – see site

Laikang (Sulawesi) – see site

Laimu (negeri, Seram) – see site

Laiwoi (Sulawesi) – see site

Lakoka (Sumba) – see site

Lamahala (Adonara Island) – see site

Lamajang (Jawa Timur) – see site

Lamakera (Solor Island) – see site

Lamaknen (Timor) – see site

Lamatti (Sinjai, Sulawesi) – see site

Lampung (Sumatera) – see site

Lamuri (Aceh) – see site

Lamuru (Sulawesi) – see site

Landak (Kalimantan) – see site

Landu (Rote) – see site

Langkat (Sumatera) – see site

Langko (Lombok) – see site

Langnge-langnge Hero (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Larantuka (Flores) – see site

Lareh Singkarak (Sumatera, wil. Minangkabau) – see site

Larende (Sumba) – see site

Lasiolat (Timor) – see site

Latu, Leparissa Amalatu (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Latuhalat (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Lau (Sulawesi) – see site

Lauli (Sumba) – see site

Lawonda (Sumba) – see site

Leahari (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Leboni (Sul. Selatan, Poso) – see site

Lelain (Rote) – see site

Lelenuk (Rote island) – see site

Lengkese (Sul. Selatan, Takalar) – see site

Lepongan Bulan (Sulawesi, Tana Toraja) – see site

Letta (Sulawesi) – see site

Lewa  (Sumba) – see site

LiaE (Savu) – see site

Liang (Negeri, P.Seram) – see site

Lilinta / Misol (Papua) – see site

Lilipori Kalapessy Soahuku, (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Lima (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Limalaras (Sumatera) – see site

Limbangan (Kabupaten, Jawa barat) – see site

Limboto (Gorontalo, Sulawesi) – see site

Limu (Kep. Sangihe) – see site

Linge (Aceh) – see site

Linggu (Sumatera) – see site

Lio (Flores) – see site

Lisaboli (Negeri, Lisaboli Kakelisa Ouw, Saparua) – see site

Liya (Sulawesi) – see site

Lohayong (Solor Island) – see site

Lhokseumawe (Aceh) – see site

Loleh (Rote island) –see site

Loloda (Halmahera, Maluku) – see site

Lore (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Loura (Sumba) – see site

Lumajang – lihat Lamajang

Lumoli (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Luwu (Sulawesi) – see site

Ma’rang (Sulawesi) – see site

Maiwa (Sulawesi) – see site

Majapahit (1293-1527, Jawa) – see site

Majapahit Bali – see site

Majene (Sulawesi) – see site

Makale (Tanah Toraja, Sulawesi) – see site

Makariki (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Makassar (Sulawesi) – see site

Makiwulaeng (Kep. Sangihe) – see site

Malaka (Timor) – see site

Malayu (kuno, Sumatera) – see site

Malayu Tua, ( Malayu Jambi), kerajaan / abad ke-7 – see site

Malayu Muda (Dharmasraya, Sumatera) – see site

Maligas, Partuanon (Sumatera, Simalungun) – see site

Malinggaheng (P. Sangihe) – see site

Malua (Maluwa) (Sulawesi) – see site

Malusetassi (Sulawesi) – see site

Mamala-Amalatu (Sulawesi) – see site

Mambi (Sulawesi) – see site

Mamburu (Sumba) – see site

Mamuju (Sulawesi) – see site

Manado (Sulawesi) – see site

Mandalle (Sulawesi) – see site

Mandar (kerajaan-kerajaan Suku Mandar, Sulawesi) – see site

Manganitu (Kepulauan Nusa Utara, P. Sangihe) – see site

Manggarai (Flores) – see site

Mangkunegara (Java) – see site

Manimpahoi (Sinjai, Sulawesi) –see site

Mantang (Lombok) – see site

Manuju (Kab. Gowa, Sulawesi) – see site

Manunggul (Kalimantan) – see site

Manyili (Sumba) – see site

Mapia (Papua, kab. Supiori) – see link

Margolang (Sumatera) – see site

Marioriawa (Sulawesi) – see site

Marompat, Raja Marompat (Sumatera, Simalungun) – see site

Maros, kerajaan2 di wilayah Maros (Sul. Selatan) – see site

Marpitu (Sum. Utara, Simalungun) – see site

Martapura (Kalimantan) – see site

Marubun, Partuanon (Sumatera) – see site

Marusu (Sulawesi) – see site

Masamba (Kab. Luwu, Sulawesi Selatan) – see site

Massu (Sumba) – see site

Massu Karera (Sumba) – see site

Matan (Kalimantan) – see site

Matangnga (Sulawesi) – see site

Matano (Danau Matano, Sulawesi) – see site

Mataram, kesultanan (1588-1681, Jawa) – see site

Mataram Kuno / Medang (752-1045, Jawa) – see site

Mataru (Alor, NTT) – see site

Mbangedo (Sumba) – see site

Medang (Kerajaan Kuno, Jawa) – see site

Mehara (Savu, NTT) – see site

Mekongga (Sulawesi) – see site

Melayu (kuno, Sumatera) – see site

Meliau ((Kalimantan Barat) – see site

Melolo (Sumba, NTT) – see site

Mempawah (Kalimantan) – see site

Mengkendek (Tanah Toraja, Sulawesi) – see site

Mengwi (Bali) – see site

Meureudu (Aceh) – see site

Meureuhom / Daya (Aceh) – see site

Miomaffo (Timor) – see site

Mobasu (Maluku) – see site

Mokapog (Sulawesi) – see site

Mollo (Timor) – see site

Morella, Negeri (Ambon) – see site

Mori (Sulawesi) – see site

Moro (Morotai) (Maluku Utara, Halmahera) – see site

Moutong (Donggala, Sulawesi) – see site

Muara Kaman (Kal. timur) – see site

Mukomuko (Bengkulu, Sumatera) – see site

Muna (Sulawesi) – see site

Munaseli (Alor) – see site

Nagan (Aceh) – see site

Nagari Lubuk Jantan (Sumatera) – see site

Nagari Talu (Sumatera) – see site

Nageh (Flores) – see site

Nagekeo (Boawae, Flores) – see site

Nagori Bayu, Partuanon (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Nagur (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Naitimu (Timor) – see site

Naku (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Namatota / Kowiai (Papua) – see site

Nanga Suhaid (kab. Kapuas Hulu, Kalimantan) – see site

Nanggroe Aceh (Sumatera) – see site

Nansarunai (Kalimantan) – see site

Napu (Sumba) – see site

Napu (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Ndao (Rote) – see site

Ndona (Flores) – see site

Negara Daha (Kuno, Kalimantan) – see site

Negara Dipa (Kuno, Kalimantan) – see site

Nek Riuh (Kalimantan Barat) – see site

Nepo (Sulawesi) – see site

Ngada (Flores) – see site

Ngali (Sumbawa) – see site

Nirun (Kep. Kei, Maluku) – see site

Nita (Flores) – see site

Noimutti (Timor): see site

Nolloth Titasomi (Negeri, Saparua, Maluku) – see  site

Nua Nea (Negeri, Maluku, Seram) – see site

Nunusaku, (Negeri, Seram, Maluku) – see site

Nusa (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Nuwenang (Letti, Maluku Barat Daya) – see site

OEnale (Rote): see site

OEnam (Timor) – see site

OEPao (Rote island) – see site

Ohoituhit (Maluku, Kep. Kei) – see site

Oma (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

OndaE (Sulawesi tengah) – see site

Ondoafi (Papua) – see site

Ondor (Seram, Maluku) – see site

Ouw (Lisaboli Kakelisa Ouw, Saparua) – see site

Padang (Sumatera) – see site

Padang Laweh (Dharmasraya, Sumatera) – see site

Padangguni (Sulawesi) – see site

Pagaruyung (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Pagatan (Kalimantan) – see site

Piasak (Kalimantan) – see site

Pajajaran (Jawa, kuno) – see site

Pajang (1568-1586, Jawa) – see site

Pajang II (sejak 2011, Jawa) – see site

Paku Alaman (Java) – see site

Palembang (kesultanan, Sumatera) – see site

Palembang (kerajaan, Sumatera) – see site

Palioi (Sulawesi Selatan, Bulukumba) – see site

Palu (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Palupi (Sul.Tengah, wil. Palu) – see site

Pambauang (Sulawesi) – see site

Pamekasan (Madura) – see site

Panai (abad11-abad14, Labuhan Batu, Sumatera) – see site

Panai, kesultanan (Labuhan Batu, Sumatera) – see site

Pandai (Alor) – see site

Panei (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Panjalu Ciamis (Kerajaan Kuno, Jawa) – see site

Pantar Barnusa (Pantar Island) – see site

Paperu (Negeri, Saparua) – see site

Pardosi (Pohan), Dinasti Batak, Sumatera – see site

Pariangan Padang Panjang  (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Parigi (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Parit Batu (Sumatera barat, kab. Pasaman) – see site

Pasai, Samudra Pasai (Aceh) – see site

Pasaman Kehasilan Kalam (Sum. Barat) – see site

Pasaribu, (Haturosan), Dinasti Batak, Sumatera – see site

Pasir Belengkong (Sadurengas) (Kalimantan) – see site

Passo (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Passokkorang (Sulawesi Barat) – see site

Pasumayan Koto Batu (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Pat Petulai (Sumatera, Bengkulu) – see site

Patipi (Papua) – see site

Pau (Sumba) – see site

Payangan (Bali) – see site

Pea Langge (prov. Sumatera Utara) – see  site

Pebato (Sulawesi tengah) – see site

Pedir, (Sumatera, Aceh) – see site

Pejanggik (Lombok) – see site

Pekaitan (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Pekantua (1380-1505, Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Pekantua Kampar (1505-1675, Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Pekat (Sumbawa) – see site

Pelalawan (Riau / Sumatera) – see site

Pelauw Aman Matasiri (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Peliatan, Puri Agung (Bali) – see site

Pemecutan, Puri Agung (Bali) – see site

Perean, Puri Agung (Bali) – see site

Perigi (kedatuan kuno), Lombok – see site

Perumpak (Sumbawa) – see site

Peurelak (Aceh) – see site

Peusangan (Kab. Bireuen, Aceh) – see site

Pinangawan (Sumatera) – see site

Plakaran (Madura) – see site

Poleang (Suku Moronene, Sulawesi) – see site

Polong Bangkeng (Sulawesi) – see site

Pontianak (Kalimantan) – see site

Porodisa (Kep. Talaud): see site

Portibi (Sumatera, Tanah Batak) – see site

Porto – Samasuru Amalatu Poru Amarima (Negeri, P. Saparua) – see site

Poso (Sulawesi) – see site

Pujut (Kedatuan, Lombok) – see site

Pulau Laut (Kalimantan) – see site

Pulau Punjung (Sumatera, Dharmasraya) – see site

Purba (Sumatera) – see site

Pureman (NTT, Alor) – see site

Puri Agung Blahbatu (Gianyar, Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Carangsari (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Denpasar (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Jro Kuta (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Kesiman (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Peliatan (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Pemecutan (Bali) – see site

Puri Oka Marga (Bali) – see site

Puri Agung Perean  (Bali) – see site

Puri Saren Agung Ubud (Bali) – see site

Rahampu’u Matano (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Raijua (Savu) – see site

Rajo Koto Rajo (kab. Kuantan Singingi, Sumatera) – see site

Rajo Tigo Selo, Pagaruyung (Minangkabau) – see site

Rambah (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Rantebulahan (Sulawesi) – see site

Rao (Sumatera barat) – see site

Rappang (Sulawesi) – see site

Raya (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Rejang, Suku (Kab. Rejang Lebong, Sumatera) – see site

Rende (Sumba) – see site

Riau Lingga (Sumatera) – see site

Rimpulaeng (P. Sangihe, Sul. Utara) – see site

Ringgou (Rote) – see site

Riung (Flores) – see site

Riung (Sumba) – see site

Rohomoni Mandalise Haitapessy (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Rokan General (Sumatera) – see site

Rokan Kota Lama (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Rokan IV Koto (Riau, Sumatera) –  see site

Rumahkay (Amakele Lorimala Hitu, P. Seram barat) – see site

Rumahtiga (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Rumbati (Papua) – see site

Rumbia (Suku Moronene, Sulawesi) – see site

Rutong (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Sabak (Sumatera, Jambi) – see site

Sagala (Sorimangaraja), Dinasti Batak, Sumatera – see site

Sahe / Sanghela (kuno, Aceh) – see site

Sahulau (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Sailolof (Papua, Kep. Raja Empat) – see site

Sakra (Lombok) – see site

Salakanagara (Kerajaan Kuno) – see site

Salawati / Samate (Papua) – see site

Saleman (negeri, Seram) – see site

Salurang (Kep. Sangihe, Sul. Utara) – see site

Sambaliung (Kalimantan) – see site

Sambas (Kalimantan) – see site

Sambas Kuno (Kalimantan) – see site

Sampanahan (Kalimantan) – see site

Sampang (Madura) – see site

Sampar Samulan (Sumbawa) – see site

Samudra Pasai (Sumatera) – see site

Sanggala (Sulawesi) – see site

Sanggar (Sumbawa) – see site

Sanggau (Kalimantan) – see site

Sanghela / Sahe (kuno, Aceh) – see site

Sangihe (Kepulauan Nusa Utara, kepulauan Sangihe) – see site

Saniangbaka, Nagari (Sumatera) – see site

Sanrabone (Sulawesi) – see site

Saparua Pisarana Hatusiri Amalatu (Negeri, P. Saparua) – see site

Sasak (kedatuan kuno), Lombok – see site

Sausu (Sul. Tengah, Parigi Moutong) – see site

Savu Island – see site

Saweli (Negeri, Seram) – see site

Sawitto (Sulawesi) – see site

Seba / Heba (Savu) – see site

Sebamban (Kalimantan) – see site

Segati (Sumatera, Riau) – see site

Segeri (Sulawesi Sel.) – see site

Seilale (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Sekadau (Kalimantan) – see site

Sekar (Papua) – see site

Selaparang (Lombok) – see site

Selayar (Sulawesi) – see site

Selebar (Sumatera, Bengkulu) – see site

Selimbau (Kalimantan) – see site

Sendana (Sulawesi) – see site

Sengalau (prov. Jambi, Kab. Tebo) – see site

Sengkang (Sulawesi) – see site

Sentawar (Kalimantan timur) – see site

Sepa (negeri, Seram) – see site

Seran (abad 13-16, Sumbawa) –see site

Serdang (Sumatera) – see site

Seruway (Aceh – Tamiang, Sumatera) – see site

Seunagan (Aceh, Sumatera) – see site

Siah Utama (Sumatera) – see site

Siak Sri Inderapura (Riau / Sumatera) – see site

Siang (Sulawesi) – see site

Siantar (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Siau (Kep. Nusa Utara, Siau) – see site

Sibayak Barusjahe (Karo, Sumatera) – see site

Sibayak (Urung) Kabanjahe (Karo, Sumatera) – see site

Sibayak Kutabuluh (Karo, Sumatera) – see site

Sibayak Lingga (Sumatera) – see site

Sibayak Sarinembah (Karo, Sumatera) – see site

Sibayak Suka (Karo, Sumatera) – see site

Sidabutar (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Sidenreng (Sulawesi) – see site

Sigi (Donggala, Sulawesi) – see site

Sigi Dolo (Donggala, Sulawesi) – see site

Siguntur (Sumatera) – see site

Sikka (Flores) – see site

Siladendeng (Lombok) – see site

Silat (Kalimantan barat) – see site

Silawang (Kalimantan) – see site

Silimakuta (Sumatera) – see site

Silou (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Simbang (Sulawesi) – see site

Simpang (Kalimantan) – see site

Sindue (Sulawesi) – see site

Singasari (Karangasem Sasak) (Lombok) – see site

Singasari (Kerajaan Kuno, Jawa) – see site

Singingi (Sumatera, Riau) – see site

Sinjai (Sulawesi, history of the kingdoms) – see site

Sinjai (Sulawesi, sejarah kerajaan di Sinjai) – see site

Sintang (Kalimantan): see site

Sintong (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Sipolha, Partoeanon (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Sir (kuno, Seram) – see site

Siri Sori Amalatu (Negeri Islam, Saparua, Maluku) – see site

Siri Sori Amapatti (Negeri Kristen, Saparua, Maluku) – see site

Sisingamangaraja, Dinasti Batak (Sumatera) – see site

Skala Brak – Paksi Bejalan Diway (Sumatera) – see site

Skala Brak – Paksi Belunguh (Sumatera) – see site

Skala Brak – Paksi Nyerupa (Sumatera) – see site

Skala Brak – Paksi Pernong (Sumatera) – see site

Sokong (Lombok) – see site

Sonbai Besar – (Timor) – see site

Sonbai Kecil (Timor) – see site

Sontang (Sumatera) – see site

Soppeng (Sulawesi) – see site

Soppengriaja (Sulawesi) – see site

Sorimangaraja (Sagala), Dinasti Batak, Sumatera – see site

Soya (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Sribangun (Kalimantan, kab. Kutai) – see site

Sriwijaya (Kerajaan Kuno) – see site

Sukadana (Kalimantan) – see site

Sukapura (Jawa) – see site

Sukawati (Gianyar, Bali) – see site

Suli (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Sumbawa, kesultanan – see site

Sumbawa, kerajaan kecil kuno: link

Sumedang Larang (Java) – see site

Sumenep (Madura) – see site

Sunda (Kerajaan Kuno, Jawa) – see site

Sungai Dareh (Sumatera, kab. Dharmasraya) – see site

Sungai Lemau (Sumatera, Bengkulu) – see site

Sungai Serut (Sumatera, Bengkulu) – see site

Sungai Pagu (Minangkabau, Sumatera) – see site

Sunggal (Sumatera utara) – see site

Suppa (Sulawesi) – see site

Surabaya (Java) – see site

Surakarta (Java) – see site

Suwawa (Gorontalo, Sulawesi) – see site

Tabanan (Bali) – see site

Tabang (Sulawesi) – see site

Tabukan (Sulawesi) – see site

Tabulahan (Sulawesi) – see site

Tagulandang (Nusa Utara) – see site

Takalar (kerajaan-kerajaan di wilayah Takalar, Sul. Selatan) – see site

Talae (Rote) – see site

Talaga Manggung (Majalengka, Jawa barat) – see site

Talaud, kepulauan (Sulawesi Utara) – see site

Taliwang (Sumbawa) – see site

Tallo (Sulawesi) – see site

Tallu Batu Papan / Duri (Sul. Selatan) – see site

Talu, Nagari (Sumatera) – see site

Tambora (Sumbawa) – see site

Tambusai (Riau,  Sumatera) – see site

Tamilouw Musitoa Amalatu (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Tampunganglawo (P. Sangihe, Sul. Utara) – see site

Tana Ai (Flores, kab. Sikka) – see site

Tanah Bumbu (Kalimantan) – see site

Tanah Hitu (Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Tanah Koenoe V (Flores) – see site

Tanah Putih (Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Tanah Rea (Flores) – see site

Tanah Toraja (Sulawesi) – see site

Tana Toraja Tongkonan Sassa’ (Sulawesi) – see site

Tananahu (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Tanete / Barru (Sulawesi) – see site

Tanete / Bulukumba (Sulawesi) –  see site

Tangko (Sumbawa) – see site

Tanimbar, Suku Tanimbar (Kep. Tanimbar, Maluku) – see site

Tanjung Negeri (1675-1725, Riau, Sumatera) – see site

Tanjung Singuru (abad ke-15, Cianjur, Jawa barat) –  see site

Tanjungpura Matan (Kalimantan) – see site

Tanoh Jawa (Simalungun, Sumatera) – see site

Tanralili (Sulawesi) – see site

Tan Unggal (Kalimantan Barat) – see site

Tapalang (Sulawesi) – see site

Tapundung (Sumba) – see site

Tarakan / Tidung (Kalimantan) – see site

Taramanuq (Sul. Barat) – see site

Tarowang (Sul.Selatan, Jeneponto) – see site

Tarumanagara (Kerajaan Kuno) – see site

Tasifeto (Timor) – see site

Tatanga (Sul.Tengah, Palu) – see site

Tawaili (Sulawesi, Donggala) – see site

Tawiri (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Tayan (Kalimantan) – see site

Tehoru (Negeri, P. Seram) – see site

Tehua (Negeri, Maluku) – see site

Tengah Tengah (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Termanu (Rote) – see site

Ternate (Maluku) – see site

Terong (Adonara island) – see site

Teunom (Aceh) – see site

Thie (Rote island) – see site

Tial (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Tidore (Maluku) – see site

Tidung / Tarakan (Kalimantan) – see site

Tidung Kuno (Kalimantan) – see site

Timu (Savu) – see site

Tiro (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Titawaka, Itawaka (Negeri, Saparua) – see site

Tiworo (Sulawesi) – see site

Tjingal (Cengal) (Kalimantan) – see site

Todo (Flores) – see site

Togean (Sulawesi Tengah) – see site

Tojo (Sulawesi) – see site

Tolitoli (Sulawesi) – see site

Tolo (Sulawesi) – see site

Tondon (Sul. Selatan, Tanah Toraja) – see site

Tondongkura (Sul. Selatan, Kab. Pangkajane dan Kepulauan) – see site

Toposo (desa, Sul. Tengah, Donggala) – see site

Toraja, Tanah Toraja (Sulawesi) – see site

Trumon (Aceh) – see site

Tuhana  (Negeri, Saparua) – see site

Tulang Bawang (Sumatera) – see site

Tulehu  (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Tumapel (1222, Jawa) – see site

Turikale (Sulawesi) – see site

Ub Ohoi Faak (Maluku, kep. Kei) – see site

Ubud, Puri Saren Agung (Bali) – see site

Ujung Loe (Bulukumba, Sulawesi) – see site

Ullath (Negeri, Saparua) – see site

Ulim (Aceh) –  see site

Umalulu / Melolo (P. Sumba) – see site

Umbu Ratu Nggai (P. Sumba) – see site

Una Una (Sulawesi) – see site

Ureng (Negeri, Kab. Maluku Tengah) – see site

Urimeseng (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Utan Kadali (Sumbawa) – see site

Waai (Negeri, Ambon) – see site

Waigama (Papua, kep. Raja Empat) – see site

Waigeo (Papua) – see site

Waiheru (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Waijelu (Sumba) – see site

Wajo (Sulawesi) – see site

Wakal (negeri, Ambon) – see site

Wanokaka (Sumba) – see site

Wassu Erihatu Samasuru (Negeri, P. Haruku) – see site

Watugaluh (Jawa timur) – see site

Watu Mendonga (Sulawesi Tenggara, Konawe) – see site

Watutau (Sul. Tengah, Poso) – see site

Wawolesea (Sulawesi, Konawe Utara) – see site

Wayame (Negeri, Ambon, Maluku) – see site

Wehali (Waihale) / Wewiku (Timor) – see site

Welora (Negeri, Maluku  Barat Daya, P. Dawera – see site

Wengker (kuno, Jawa) – see site

Wertuar (Papua) – see site

Wewewa (Sumba) – see site

Wijayapura (Kalimantan Barat) – see site

Wolio (Sul. Tenggara, Buton) – see site

Yogyakarta (Java) – see site

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  1. putra Palembang

    link yg bagus..infonya lengkap.terima kasih

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