List of Indonesian monarchies


List of Indonesian monarchies

This is a list of the several hundred monarchies, past and present, in Indonesia:

A

* Aceh: In the northern region of Sumatra, the Sultanate of Achin or Atjeh was founded at the end of the 15th century. A powerful Islamic state in the 16th and 17th centuries, Achin ...
* Adonara: A state on the volcanic island of the same name ...
* Aga Nonsin
* Agang Nionjo
* Aitoon: A state in West Timor ...
* Ajer Lebu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra.
* Alita: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Allah (celebes): A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Amaabi Oefeto: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu) which formed in 1917 the larger Kupang state ...
* Amabi: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu) which formed in 1917 the larger Kupang state ...
* Amahei: A semi-independent state in South West Seram in the Moluccas (Maluku). The rulers were titled Raja in the 1960s or earlier and cumulated this function with the function of ...
* Amakono
* Amanatun: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). The sovereignty was altered in 1962. The palace of the Raja moved from Nunkolo to SoE in 1952 ...
* Amanuban: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). The palace of the Raja is called Sonaf Naik (Big Palace) ...
* Amarasi: A state in West Timor ...
* Ambawang: A vassal state of Kubu in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat). Ambawang tried to become independent from Kubu c1800 but was not allowed by the Dutch who declared in 1833 ...
* Ambeno, Ambenu, Ambeno Mosu Talip: A state in West Timor ...
* Ambeno Kolabe: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), founded by people fleeing from Oecussi Ambeno ...
* Amfoan, Amfoang, Amfoan Naikliu, Amfoan Timau: A state in West Timor, initially Amfoan, split in 2 branches: Amfoan Naikliu and Amfoan Timau. The Raja of Amfoan Naikliu was ruling only the city of Naikliu and the few villages ...
* Ampibabo: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Anakalang: A state on the west of the island of Sumba ...
* Andeue & Lala: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra .
* Arai: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs of Pedir ...
* Areë
* Arun: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Meureudu area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Asahan: Asahan, in east Sumatra, was founded as a state at the end of the 17th century by a son of the Sultan of Aceh. The state represented ...
* Ati Ati: A state in the east of Indonesian New Guinea ...
* Atingola: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). Created in 1667 and suppressed in 1889.

B

* Baa: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Created in 1691 ...
* Bacan: A 1,600 km² state in the Moluccas founded in 1322 by people from Djaïlolo (today Jailolo) and ruled since the 16th century by Islamic rulers, later titled Sultans ...
* Bada: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Badung: A state created as the result of the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his ...
* Bagoh
* Bait: A minor state in West Timor ...
* Baju: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Balangnipa: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Balatu: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Balepe: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Bali & Lombok
* Bambel: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Bambi & Oenoë, Bambi & Unu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs ...
* Banasu: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Banawa: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah) created c1667 ...
* Bancea & Puumbolo: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). Vassal of Posso ...
* Bandahara
* Banga: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Banggai: A state in the Banggai island in the south eastern Celebes ...
* Bangkala: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Suppressed in 1863 ...
* Bangkalan: An Indonesian island whose 354 km² state was legendarily founded by the last Mojopahit Emperor. The first ruler c1530 was the son of a prince of Palakaran, at the beginning of the 16th century ...
* Bangli: A state founded after the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his chiefs among ...
* Banjarmasin: A state probably founded at the end of the 14th century by Empu Djamatka, from Hindustan. Converted to Islam c1520 ...
* Bantam
* Banten Sultanate: Founded in the early 16th century on the collapse of the Majapahit Empire by the son of the King-Priester of Cirebon, the Sultanate of Banten, in western Java, became ...
* Bantjea & Puumbolo
* Barang Barang: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Barnusa: A state on the west in the island of Pantar, west of the island of Alor. The power is split between two clans, the Baso and the Blegar ...
* Barru: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Baruija: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Barusjahe: A state in east Sumatra ...
* Battoise
* Batu Baharang Urung Federation
* Batu Kankung: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Batulapa: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Batulicin: A state in South Borneo ...
* Batulolong: A state on the island of Pantar, west of the island of Alor ...
* Batu Mbulan
* Batuputih
* Bau: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Beboki: A state in West Timor ...
* Bedagei: A 337.52 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), a substate in the Sultanate of Deli ...
* Belu: A federation of states in West Timor ...
* Bendjoar
* Benu: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with the states of ...
* Berau, Berouw: A state in East Borneo (Kalimantan Timur), created from the State of Berau (Berouw in Dutch), split into 2 states ...
* Berutas
* Besiana: A state in West Timor, which formed the state of Mollo with the states of Netpala and Nunbena ...
* Besitan: A 165 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Besoa: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Beubasan
* Beutong: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Biboki
* Bila: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur) founded c1630. The state represented ...
* Bilba: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Bima: A state existing in the 17th century on Sumbawa island ...
* Binamo, Binamu: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). The state was created in 1864 as a successor of Turateya and suppressed in 1906 ...
* Bingei: A 94.53 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Bintamo: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Bintauna: A state in the northeastern Celebes ...
* Binuang: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Biromaru, Birumaru: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), united with Dolo from 1908 as Dolo Birumaru, then split from Dolo and united with Sigi from 1915 until 1929 as Sigi Birumaru ...
* Blagar: A state on the southeast in the island of Pantar, west of the island of Alor ...
* Blangmangat: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Blangme, Blang Meh: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Blang Pedir, Blangpidie: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Bluek: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Boalemo: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara), suppressed in 1889 ...
* Bobasan: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Boelongan
* Boga Sukudua: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), formed by the states of Boga and Sukudua, under the kingship of Boga ...
* Bohorok: A 19.92 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Bokai: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Founded c1756 ...
* Bolaäng Itang: A state and town in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara), united with Kaidipang in 1912 to become Kaidipang Besar ...
* Bolaäng Mongondow: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara) that submitted in 1568 to Ternate and became tributary to Ternate in 1677. Tonsawang, Pasan, Ratahan, Povosakon and part of Bantik paid tribute to Bolaäng in 1697 ...
* Bolaäng Uki: A state and town in the Northern Celebes ...
* Bolano: A state in the middle of the Moutong area of the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), near the sea ...
* Bone (also spelled Boni): In the Bugi region of the southwestern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). The state was founded in 1634, suppressed in 1905, restored in 1931 ...
* Bonea: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Bonerate: A state on the island of the same name in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Bontobangun: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Bontobatu
* Brussel (Nieuw)
* Buakaju: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Bubon: A state in the region of Sumatra. A dependency of the State of Kawai XVI or Meulaboh ...
* Buging & Bagoh: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Buket
* Buleleng: A state created as the result of the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his ...
* Bulo Bulo: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Bulungan: A state in East Borneo (Kalimantan Timur), vassal of Berau in the 19th century ...
* Bungku: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), that became independent from Ternate in 1900 ...
* Buntubatu: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Bunut: A state in West Borneo ...
* Buol: A state and town in the Central Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), founded c1660. Bwool was untied c1897 from Paleleh ...
* Buton: A state founded before 1550 on the Buton island, in the southeastern Celebes. Since 1886, there are 3 lines of Sultans: the Kaum (clan) Tanailandutak, the Kaum (clan) Tapitapitak and the Kaum (clan) Kumbewahatak ...
* Bwool

C

* Cantung: A state in South Borneo ...
* Cenrana: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Ceranti
* Cirebon: A state founded in 1478 as a result of the fall of the Mojopahit Empire, split into 4 lineages in 1662 with their own land and palace (Kraton) in Cirebon: 1° Kraton Kasepuhan with ...
* Cumbok
* Cunda

D

* Dafalu: A state in West Timor ...
* Dehla: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Dehla seceded from OEnale and was founded c1800 ...
* Deli: A 1,820 km² state in east Sumatra founded in 1630. A Rajadom from 1630 until 1814, the state became a sultanate in 1814 when acquiring independence from Siak ...
* Denai: A 46 km² state and town in East Sumatra ...
* Dengka: The largest of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Denpasar
* Dimu
* Dirma: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Sometime part of the Belu federation ...
* Diu: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Sometime under the rule of Korbafo, the state was founded in 1691 ...
* Djailolo
* Djambi
* Djongkong
* Dolo: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). Dolo was united with Rindau and Kaleke from c1650 until 1890, with Birumaru from 1908 as Dolo Birumaru until Birumaru split ...
* Dolok Silau: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Dompu: On the island of Sumbawa ...
* Donggala
* Duri Federation

E

* Edi Besar
* Edi Tjoet
* VIII Mukims Sama Indra & Lhok Kaju
* Ende: A state-island in the Flores islands ...
* Enjung: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs of Pedir ...
* Enrekang: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Faan: A state in Kei Kecil island (Dutch: Klein Kei, English: Little Kei), in the Kei islands in the Moluccas ...

F

* Fatagar: A state in the east of New Guinea ...
* Fatu Leu: A state in West Timor, created in 1912 from the states of ...
* Fialarang: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Sometime part of the Belu federation ...
* Foenay: A state in West Timor which formed in 1917 the larger Kupang state with ...

G

* Gajo Lues
* Galesong: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Gaura: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Gebang: A state vassal of Cirebon, in Java ...
* Gedong, Geudong: A state founded in the 16th century, more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Geumpang: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Gianyar: A state created as the result of the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his ...
* Gighen: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs of Gighen ...
* Gigiëng
* Glumpangduwa
* Glumpang Pajong: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra ...
* Goa
* Gorontalo: A state and town in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara), founded in 1667 and suppressed in 1889 ...
* Gowa: A state founded in the Makassar region of southwestern Celebes before 1300 ...
* Gresik: under development
* Gunung Sahilan: A 359.12 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Gunung Mutis: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), within the state of Mollo ...
* Gunungtabur: A state in East Borneo (Kalimantan Timur), created from the State of Berau (Berouw in Dutch), split into 2 states ...
* Gyanyar

H

* Harneno: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). An offspring of the state of Beboki ...
* Haruku: A state-island on the east of Ambon in the central Moluccas ...
* Heba
* Helong
* Henda Heti
* Holontalo

I

* Iboih: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, on the Weh Island in the Sigli area of Sumatra...
* Idi Besar: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Idi Cut
* Idi Ketjil
* Idi Rajeu, Idi Rajut
* Idi Tjut: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Ilot: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Indamar: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Inderapura (Sri)
* Indragiri: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), founded c1639, independent from Johor c1745 ...
* Indrapura: A 62 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), formed by the states of Tanjung, Tanjung Kassau, Si Pare Pare and Pagurawan, under the kingship of Tanjung ...
* Insana: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), with a charismatic ruler co-ruling with a subruler of the TaOlin dynasty, recognized as Raja in 1913 ...

J

* Jailolo: A sultanate on the Halmahera island in the Northern Moluccas (Maluku Utara). The premier state was Jailolo in 1322 but in 1380 Ternate gained the supremacy on the island ...
* Jambi: A 53,206 km² state in the south of Sumatra, founded in 1690 and suspended by the Dutch in 1901 ...
* Jangka Buda
* Jarewea
* Jembrana
* Jenilu: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Formed the Belu federation with the ...
* Jodjakarta
* Jolok Ketjil: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Jongkong: A state in West Borneo ...
* Julo Cut, Julo Tjut: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Julo Rajeu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Juluk Tjut

K

* V Kota di Mudik
* V Kota di Tengah
* V Kuta
* IV Kota di Ilir
* IV Kota di Mudik
* IV Kota Rokan Kiri
* Kaidipang Besar: A state and town (Kaidipang) in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). Created in 1912 from the reunion of the States of Kaidipang and Bolaäng Itang ...
* Kalao: A state on the island of the same name in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Kalaota: A state on the island of the same name in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Kale
* Kaleke
* Kalibawang: An independent state created in 1831 by the Sultan of Yogyakarta for the grandson of Sultan Abdul Rahman Amangku Buwono II ...
* Kalungkung
* Kambera: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Kampong Raja: A state in Sumatra, founded c1630 by a son of the Raja of Bila ...
* Kanatang: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Kandhar
* KangaE: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Kapunduk: A state on the east of the island of Sumba ...
* Karang: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Tamiang area of Sumatra ...
* Karangasem: A state founded after the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his chiefs among ...
* Kasa: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Kasiman
* Kasimbar: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Kassa
* Kassiman
* Kawai XVI: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Kayaudi: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Kejuruan Muda: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Tamiang area of Sumatra ...
* Keka: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Keka seceded from Termanu c1772 ...
* Kendahe: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 on Sangir Island and became the Regency of Kendahe Tahuna from 1896 until 1950 with ...
* Keo
* Kepanuhan: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Kerambitan
* Kesiman, Kessiman
* Keumala: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs ...
* Keumangan: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs ...
* Keureutu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Kewar: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). The history of Kewar seems to be linked to Lamaknen ...
* Kilang: A dynasty descended from the Mojopahit Kings of Java. Three brothers founded the Kingdoms of Soya, at the top of the mountain Sirimau, of Nusaniwe and of Kilang, all in the ...
* Kisar: An island-state on the north of East Timor, locally named Yotowawa and sometime spelled also Kisser ...
* Klein Sonbait
* Kluang: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Klumpang Duwa: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Klumpang Pajong: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Klungkung: A premier state born in 1352 after the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states among 9 of his ...
* Kobi
* Kodi Belagar: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Kodi Bengado: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Kodi Besar: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Kolaka: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). This state was a vassal of Luwu, while maintaining a strong relationship with Laiwui, the rulers of Kolaka and Laiwui ...
* Kolana: A state on the island of Alor. Kolana was reunited with Pureman and Erana in 1932 ...
* Konaweha: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Kondeha: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Korbafo: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Kota Besar: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Kota Intan
* Kota Lama
* Kota Pinang: A 1,859 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), founded c1630 by the son of the Raja of Bila ...
* Kotawaringin: A state in West Borneo ...
* Kruengpase: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Krueng Sabe, Krung Sabil: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Krueng Seumideuen: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs ...
* Kuala Bateo: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Kualuh & Leidong
* Kuantan: A state in Riau, Sumatra, one of the kings was Tuanku Pandak Yang Dipertuan Kuantan in 1600s. He had had one daughter was Puti Cahaya Korong who married with Yang Dipertuan Bukit Tarok ...
* Kubu: A state founded in 1772 in West Borneo ...
* Kuet: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Kui: A state on the island of Alor ...
* Kulawi: A state and town in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), created in 1915 ...
* Kuntodaressalam: A 2,450 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), formed from the states of Kota Intan and Kota Lama ...
* Kupang: A federation created in 1917 composed of the principalities of Amabi, Amaabi OEfeto, Foenay, Kupang Helong, Sonbai Kecil and TaEbenu with an elected monarch ...
* Kupang Helong: A state in West Timor which formed in 1917 the larger Kupang state with Amaabi OEfetto, Amabi, Foenay, Sonbai Kecil and TaEbenu. Kupang pushed westwards the Helong people ...
* Kusa: A state in West Timor ...
* Kutabuluh: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Kutai: Initially called Katanegara, the state was called Ku Tei or Big Kingdom by the Chinese. The rulers converted to Islam in the 18th century. The state was abolished by ...
* Kuwala Batu
* Kuwalu & Ledong: A state in East Sumatra ...

L

* Labakkang: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). The state was created in the 16th century and suppressed in 1892 when it became part of Pangkajene ...
* Labala: A state on the south of the island of Lomblem or Lembata ...
* Labuhanhaji: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. Dependencies are Kota Tring, Pelokkan, Kamumu (or Kenumu) and Pelumat ...
* Lage (state): A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), vassal of Posso ...
* Lageuen: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Laikang: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Laisolat: A state in West Timor ...
* Laiwui: A state in the Western Celebes ...
* Lakatang: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Lakekun: A state in West Timor ...
* Lakoka: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Lakoon
* Lala
* Lamahala: A state on the island of Adonara. Lamahala was absorbed in 1932 by Larantuka ...
* Lamakera: A state on the island of Solor, formed from the splitting of the state of Solor into 2 states: Lohayong and Lamakera ...
* Lamaknen
* Lamaksenulu: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Sometime part of the Belu federation ...
* Lambeusu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lambu
* Lamuru: A state vassal of Boni, in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Founded in 1609 ...
* Landak: A state in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat) that became independent in 1478 after the fall of the Mojopahit empire ...
* Landu: The oldest of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Langkat: A 3,336 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur) founded in 1721 ...
* Langsa, Langsar: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lapai: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Larantuka: A 3,300 km² state in the Flores islands, founded c1400 ...
* Lauli: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Laura: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Lawajong
* Laweueng
* Lawonda: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Ledong, Leidong
* Lelain: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Before Lelain was recognized as a separate state in 1690, Lelain seceded from Bokai ...
* Lelenuk: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. The state seceded from Termanu and was founded c1772 ...
* Lengkese: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Lepan: A 31 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Leukon, Leukuen: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the region of Sumatra, subject to the Dutch in 1880 ...
* Lewa: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Lhokbubon: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lhok Kaju
* Lhokkruet: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lhokpawoh North: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lhokpawoh South: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lhok Rigaih
* Lhokseumawe: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* LiaE: A state in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Lidak: A state in the eastern part of West Timor. Formed the Belu federation with ...
* Lilinta: A state in the west of New Guinea ...
* Lima Laras: A 202 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Lima Laras formed the Batu Bahara Urung federation ...
* Lima Puloh: A 148 km² state in East Sumatra. Lima Puloh formed the Batu Bahara Urung federation ...
* Limboto: A state and town in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara), founded in 1667 and suppressed in 1895 ...
* Lindai: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Lingga: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Lingga Riau: The state of Riau in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur) was founded in 1720 as a dependency of the sultanate of Johor. In 1824, the sultanate of Lingga was founded, separated ...
* Linggo: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Lio: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Lise: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Logas
* Lohayong: A state on the island of Solor, formed from the splitting of the state of Solor into 2 states ...
* Lok Semawe
* Loleh: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Conquered by Termanu c1730 ...
* Lombok: A state-island in Bali that became independent after the fall of the Mojopahit empire, after Dewa Agung Ketut, ruler of Bali and Lombok divided his kingdom into several states ...
* Lore
* Lubuk Ambacang: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), created from the splitting of the state of Kuantan into 5 states ...
* Lubuk Jambi: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), created from the splitting of the state of Kuantan into 5 states ...
* Lubuk Ramo: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), created from the splitting of the state of Kuantan into 5 states ...
* Luwu: A state founded before 1600 in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...

M

* V Mukims Rebeh
* V Mukims Tjumbok
* IV Mukims Bampi & Unu
* Maiwa: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan), founded in 1685 ...
* Majene: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Makale: One of the 3 major principalities out of 14 in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Once upon a time, a celestial being called Tamboro Langi (the Heavenly Drum) ...
* Makassar
* Makier: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor ...
* Malakka
* Malimbong: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Malua
* Malusetasi: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Maluwa: A state and town in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Sometime part of the Duri Federation ...
* Mambulu: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Mampawa
* Mamuju: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Manbait
* Mandalle: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Mandeo: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor ...
* Manganitu: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 and became a Regency from 1911 until 1950 with Manganitu as capital city ...
* Manggarai: A state in the Flores islands, founded in 1759. From 1762 until 1815 and from 1851 until 1907, Manggarai was part of the Sultanate of Bima ...
* Manggeng: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Mangkunegaran: A 2,579.98 km² state founded on 17/3/1757 in the Sultanate of Surakarta ...
* Manoletten: A state in West Timor ...
* Manubait: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with ...
* Mapia: A state in the north of New Guinea (Irian Jaya), on the island of the same name in the Pulau Pulau islands ...
* Mappa: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Marang: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Marioriawa: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Marioriwawo: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). A vassal of Soppeng ...
* Maros: A state in southwestern Celebes, vassal of Gowa ...
* Massu Karera: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Matan: A state in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat). This state was split into 2 ...
* Matangkuli: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Mataram: A state in Java founded in the 2nd half of the 16th century from the State of Padjang. The state was split into several states from 1755 until 1812 ...
* Mataru: A state on the island of Alor that was absorbed by the Dutch in 1932 to larger states ...
* Maukatar: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor ...
* Maumutin: A state in West Timor ...
* Mbuli: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Mehara
* Melabuh
* Meliau: A state in West Borneo ...
* Melolo: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Membawang
* Membora: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Mempawah: A state in West Borneo ...
* Mengkendek: One of the 3 major principalities out of 14 in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Once upon a time, a celestial being called Tamboro Langi (the Heavenly Drum) ...
* Menia: A state in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Menjili: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Menungul: A state in East Borneo ...
* Merdu
* Mesara: A state in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Me Tareuen: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Meuke: A 353 km² state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Meulaboh
* Meureubok
* Meureudu: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Meureudu area of Sumatra ...
* Minangkabau: The most powerful sultanate in Sumatera between the 12th century and the 17th century
* Miomaffo: A state in West Timor ...
* Misool: A state on the island of Misool, nominally vassal of Tidore ...
* Moko Moko: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Mollo: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), formed from the states of Netpala, Nunbena and Besiana ...
* Mori: A state in the Western Celebes (Sulawesi Barat), that became independent from Ternate in 1900 ...
* Moutong: A state in the Northern Celebes ...
* Mukih
* Mukims Pante Raja
* Musa: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...

N

* Nage: A state in the Flores islands, formed in 1919 by the reunion of the former states of Nage and Keo, under the kingship of Nage ...
* Naitemu: A state in West Timor ...
* Nanggulan: A state created by the Sultan of Yogyakarta in 1831 in favor of the son of a commoner ...
* Napu (Celebes): A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Napu (Sumba): A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Ndao: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Ndjohor
* Ndjong
* Ndona: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Nduri: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Nenometa, Nenomatan: A state in West Timor ...
* Netpala: A state in West Timor ...
* Ngada: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Nggela: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Nieuw Brussel
* IX Koto: A state in West Sumatra ...
* IX Mukims Keumangan
* Nisam: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Nita: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Njong
* Noimuti: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), in a Portuguese enclave south of Oecussi Ambeno ...
* Nokas
* Nunbena: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), which formed the state of Mollo with ...
* Nusaniwe: A dynasty descended from the Mojopahit Kings of Java. Three brothers founded the Kingdoms of Soya, at the top of the mountain Sirimau, of Nusaniwe and of Kilang ...

O

* OEnale: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Oenoe
* OEpao: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Founded in 1691 ...
* OndaE & Pebato: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). Vassal of Posso ...
* Ossipaka, Ossipoko

P

* Padang: a city/district state in West Sumatra, the King was Tuanku Sutan Rajo Bujang who reign in 1778. He was originally from Suku (sub-clan) Jambak, Padang...
* Padang Lawas: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Padang Tarab: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Pagaruyung: A large state in West Sumatra ...
* Pagurauan: A 78 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Formed the state of Indrapura with the states of ...
* Pakualaman: A 417.62 km² state founded on 22 June 1812 or 17 March 1813 in the Sultanate of Yogyakarta in Java. The state represented ...
* Palande: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). Vassal of Posso ...
* Palembang: A state in southeastern Sumatra, founded either by Aryo Damar, son of the last Mojopahit emperor, or by Kiai Geding Surah, from Java. The sultanate was annexed by the ...
* Palesang: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Palu: A state and town in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), founded c1650 ...
* Pamecutan
* Pameue: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Panai: A 561 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Pandai: A state on the northeast in the island of Pantar that was reunited in Dutch times to larger states ...
* Panei: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), founded c1700 by the deposed ruler of Bila ...
* Pangkajene: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Pante Raja: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Meureudu area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Papekat: An independent state on Sumbawa island since 1676, Papekat was destroyed by a volcano in 1815 ...
* Pappa: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Pariangang: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Parigi: A state in the Northern Celebes ...
* Partangang
* Pasangan: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pasir: A state in East Borneo (Kalimantan Timur). The state started a long time ago as a polyarchy until government felt to one Panembahan, later titled Sultan ...
* Pasisir
* Passi: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with the states of ...
* Pate, Patih: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Patipi: A state in the east of New Guinea ...
* Pebato
* Pedada
* Pedawa Rajut, Pedawa Besar: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pedir. if this is the same as Pidie than it is located in Sigli in the region of Aceh about 100 km Soth -East of Banda Aceh
* Pelalawan: A 12,168 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), founded in 1811, initially dependent on the Sultanate of Johor then on the Sultanate of Siak ...
* Peliatan: A state vassal of Bali ...
* Pembuang: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Perbaungan: An 83 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Percut, Pertjut: A 103.83 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Pesisir: A 14.25 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Petiambang: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Peudawa Rajeu
* Peuduek
* Peukan Baro-Peukan Shot
* Peurala: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Peusangan [http://www.peusangan.com] : Rumoh Geudong where Haji Teuku Tjhik Mohammad Djohan Alamsyah known Ampon Tjhik Peusangan live with his wife Tjutnjak Haji Asiah binti Teuku Haji Abubakar Shidiq of Peurelak and his Children(Haji Pocut Ramlah; Haji Pocut Fatimah Zohra; Teuku Haji Mohammad Hasan; Hajjah Pocut Maemunah; Haji Teuku Mohammad Saleh; Hajjah Pocut Siti Aminah and Haji Teuku Abubakar).
* Peutu, Peutue: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pidie: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra, later named Buket or Bukit. The state of Pedir was reunited with the state of Kale and Laweung...
* Pinangawan
* Pinatih
* Pineueng & Peukan Baro-Beukan Shot: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra ...
* Pontianak: The state of Pontianak was created in Western Borneo (Kalimantan Barat) in 1771, but was elevated as a sultanate only in 1778 by the Raja of Riau ...
* Pucu Rantau Indragiri: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Puengga: A state in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Created in 1667 ...
* Pulau Kaju: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pulaunas: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pulau Punjung: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Pulo Kajee: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Pulu Laut: A state in South Borneo ...
* Purba: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Pureman: A state on the island of Alor that was reunited by the Dutch in 1917 to Erana and in 1932 to Kolana ...
* Puumbolo

R

* Raijua: A state-island in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Raja: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Rambah: A state and town in East Sumatra ...° Randjoea
* Rano: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Rantau Kwantan Confederacy, Rantau Federation
* Rapang: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Rebeh: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Rende, Rendi: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Reubeë
* Riau Lingga, Riouw Lingga
* Rigaih, Rigas: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Rindau
* Ringgouw: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. Founded in 1691 ...
* Riung: A state and town in the Flores islands ...
* Rokan Kiri: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Roti: A group of islands, southwest of Timor, where the Dutch favored the creation of a federation of the 19 existing states. The federation lasted from 1928 until 1948 ...
* Rumbati: A state and town in the east of New Guinea ...

* Sabamban: A state in Borneo ...
* Salang: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Salaparang
* Salawati: A state in the northwest of New Guinea (Irian Jaya) on the island of the same name ...
* Salimbouw
* Samadua, Samaduwa: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Sama Indra & Lhok Kaju: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Sigli area of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the VI Hulubalangs ...
* Samakuro, Samakurok, Samakuru: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Samalanga: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Sambaliung: A state in East Borneo (Kalimantan Timur), created from the State of Berau, split c1830 into 2 states ...
* Sambas: A state in West Borneo ...
* Sampanahan: A state in South Borneo ...
* Sangalla: One of the 3 major principalities out of 14 in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). Once upon a time, a celestial being called Tamboro Langi (the Heavenly Drum) ...
* Sanggar: On the island of Sumbawa. Sanggar lost most of the population in the eruption of the Tambora volcano in 1815 ...
* Sanggau: A state in West Borneo ...
* Sanrabone, Sanra Boni: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Sarinembah: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Sasak
* Sausu: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Sawang: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Sawiti: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Sawu
* Seba: A state in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Segeri: A state in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). The state was created in 1776 ...
* Sekadau: A state in West Borneo ...
* Sekar: A state in the east of New Guinea ...
* Selesse: A 70.48 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Selimbau: A state in the Kapuas mountains in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat), founded c800 by Guntur Badju Binduh who came legendarily from the heaven ...
* Senaam
* Senagan
* Senembah: A 114.42 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Serang: A 4,584 km² 80,000-people state on the island of Sumbawa founded c1650. The state was restored in 1837 after the 1815 eruption of Tambora. The state had vassal states ...
* Serbeujadi Aboq, Serbojadi Aboq: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Serdang: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), independent from Siak on 16/8/1862 ...
* Serebo Jadi
* Seunagan: A state in the region of Sumatra. A dependency of the State of Kawai XVI or Meulaboh ...
* Seuneuam: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra, founded by a scion of the Sultanate of Aceh ...
* Siah Utama: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Siak Sri Inderapura: A 25,000 people 16,224 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), founded in 1716 ...
* Siantar: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Siau: A state-island in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 ...
* Sidenreng: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Sigenti: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Sigi, Sigi Birumaru, Sigi Dolo: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). The state was founded c1650 and after the extinction of the dynasty in 1915, Sigi was united with ...
* Sigulai: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the region of Sumatra, subject to the Dutch in 1880 ...
* Si Guntur: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Sikijang: A state and town in East Sumatra ...
* Sikka: A 120,000 people and 4,377 km² state in Flores ...
* Silat: A state in West Borneo ...
* Silawang: A state in West Borneo ...
* Silebar: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Si Lima Kuta: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Simaloer, Simalur: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the Sumatra region ...
* Simbuang: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Simeulue: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the Sumatra region, subject to the Dutch in 1880 ...
* Simpang: A state in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat), separated from Sukadana in the middle of the 18th century ...
* Simpang Olim, Simpangulim: A state founded in 1836, more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Singgere: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Singingi & Loras: A 135 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Singkawang: A state in West Borneo ...
* Sintang: A state in West Borneo ...
* Si Pare Pare, Si Pari Pari: A 51 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Formed the state of Indrapuri with the states of ...
* Sirimau
* VI Mukims Enjong, Njong
* Soasiu
* Soengai Ijoe
* Soetrana
* Solo: (see Surakarta)
* Solor: A state on the island of the same name, later split into the 2 states of Lamakera and Lohayong or Lawajong ...
* Sonbai: A dynasty in West Timor which was divided in Sonbai Besar and Sonbai Kecil ...
* Sonbai Kecil: A state in West Timor which formed the larger Kupang state along with the states of TaEbenu, Foenay, Amabi, Amaabi OEfeto and Kupang Helong. Kupang was a remnant ...
* Soppeng: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). The state was founded in 1609 ...
* Soya: A dynasty descended from the Mojopahit Kings of Java. Three brothers founded the Kingdoms of Soya, at the top of the mountain Sirimau, of Nusaniwe and of Kilang, all in the ...
* Sri Indrapura
* Stabat: A 5.18 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Suhaid: A state in West Borneo ...
* Suka: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Sukadana: A state in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat) founded at the end of the 15th century by a scion of the Mojopahit imperial dynasty ...
* Sukudua: A 51 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), that was reunited to Boga, to form the state of Boga Sukudua ...
* Suli: A Rajadom in the east of the Hitu area of the island of Ambon in the Moluccas ...
* Sumbawa: A 4,584 km² 80,000-people state on the island of Sumbawa founded c1650. The state was restored in 1837 after the 1815 eruption of Tambora. The state had vassal states on ...
* Sungai Kunit: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Sungai Lemau: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Sungairaya
* Sungei Iju: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Tamiang area of Sumatra ...
* Sungei Tras
* Sunggal: A 3.98 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Sungu Raja: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Supiori: On Biak Island in Indonesian West Guinea (Irian Jaya). Stephen Wanda proclaimed himself Raja of Supiori ...
* Suppa: A 225 km² 5,500-people (1917) state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Surakarta: A 3,635 km² state in Java founded in 1755 after the state of Mataram split into two states ...
* Suroaso: A state in West Sumatra, closed to Pagaruyung. The last king of Suroaso was Sutan Kerayahan Alam who involved in Treaty with Dutch and British in 1824...
* Susoh, Susuh: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Sutan Muda: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Tamiang area of Sumatra ...
* Sutrana: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu) in the south of Oecussi Ambeno with a history closely linked to Oecussi Ambeno ...

T

* Tabanan: is a kingdom in central Bali, built by "Shri Arya Kenceng" the chief of the Majapahit Army who attacked the "Bali Kuna" kingdom in the 14th century. Then for 21 generation his descendant ruled Tabanan, Badung and Kerambitan. Even though Majapahit then put Dalem Klungkung as the king of Bali, Tabanan was the only state of Bali which was independent and respected by the Dalem.In 1906 Dutch colonialised Tabanan, and the last king of Tabanan "I Gusti Ngurah Rai Perang" died with his crown prince "I Gusti Ngurah Gede Pegeg" and left the crown princesses "Sagung Ayu Putu" (who moved to Puri Anom Tabanan) & Sagung Ayu Oka (who married with a Dutch clerk or controleur). Then the colonial government chose I Gusti Ngurah Ketut, from Puri Mecutan Tabanan, as a zelfbestuurder, titled Cokorda Ngurah Ketut, and now claimed as Puri Agung Tabanan.
* Tabukan: A state on the Sangir island in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 ...
* Tabundung: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Tado: A state in the Flores islands ...
* TaEbenu: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu) which formed in 1917 the larger Kupang state with ...
* Tafnai: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with ...
* Tagulandang: A state on the Sangir island in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 ...
* Tahuna: A state on the Sangir island in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 and became the Regency of Kendahe Tahuna ...
* Takaip Ebbenoni: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with the ...
* Takaip Thaiboko: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with the ...
* TalaE: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. TalaE seceded from Termanu c1772 ...
* Talo: A state in West Sumatra ...
* Talaud: A state on the Talaud island in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The state was founded in 1521 ...
* Taleong, Taliang: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Taliwang
* Tambora: The Sultanate of Tambora on the island of Sumbawa was destroyed in 1815 by a volcano ...
* Tambusei: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Tampat Tuan
* Tanah Datar: A 79.5 km² state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Tanah Datar formed the Batu Bahara Urung federation, along with ...
* Tanah Jawa: A state in East Sumatra ...
* Tanah Kunu V: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Tanahputih: A 633 km² state and city in East Sumatra ...
* Tanah Rea: A state in the Flores islands ...
* Tanah Riung: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Tanette: A state in the Bugi region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Tangse: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Tanjongseumanto & Meureubok: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Tanjung (Borneo)
* Tanjung (Sumatra): A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Formed the state of Indrapuri with the states of ...
* Tanjung Kassau: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Formed the state of Indrapuri with the states of ...
* Tapalang: A state in the Mandar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Tapaktuan: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Tapparang: A state in the Toraja region of the Southern Celebes ...
* Tapung Kanan Urung Confederation
* Tarumon
* Taruna
* Tasik
* Tawaeli: A state and town in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), founded c1667 ...
* Tawanga: A state in the Southern Celebes ...
* Tayan: A state in West Borneo (Kalimantan Barat), separated from Meliau in 1762 ...
* Tedore
* Tefnai: A state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu). Joined the state of Fatu Leu with ...
* Telok Semawe
* Tembusai
* Tenom
* Termanu: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor ...
* Ternate: A 65 km² state in the Moluccas founded in the 13th century by people from Djaïlolo (today Jailolo). Ternate became the premier state of the Moluccas in 1380 over Djailolo ...
* Terong: A state in the south in the island of Adonara ...
* Teunom: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Teupah: A state on the island of Simeulue, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Thie: One of the 19 states on the island group of Roti, southwest of Timor. From 1730 until 1756 the Manek of Thie went with the Maneks of OEpao, Loleh, Baa and Lelain in Java to find out more on Christian religion ...
* III (tiga) Mukims Gighen
* III (tiga) Mukims Klumpang Pajong
* Tidore: A 78 km² state in the Northern Moluccas (Maluku Utara) founded by people from Djaïlolo (today Jailolo) on the island of the same name. A trading state constantly opposed ...
* Timu: A state in the area of the islands of Sawu ...
* Titeue: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Tjeranti: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur), created from the splitting of the state of Kuantan into 5 states ...
* Tjereweh
* Tjingal: A state in East Borneo ...
* Tjinta Raja: An 11.95 km² state in East Sumatra ...
* Tjirebon
* Tjumbok
* Tjunda: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Tobaku: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Tohe: A state in West Timor ...
* Tojo: A state on the Togian island in the Middle Celebes ...
* Toli Toli: A state in the Northern Celebes (Sulawesi Utara). The dynasty of Toli Toli is linked to the dynasty of Buol ...
* Tomini: A state in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah). The population was ...
* Topejawa: A state and town in the Makassar region in the Southern Celebes ...
* Toribulu: A state in the Middle Celebes ...
* Trienggadeng: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the Meureudu area of Sumatra ...
* Tripa, Tripah: A state in the region of Sumatra. A dependency of the State of Kawai XVI ...
* Trong
* Trumon: A state founded c1795, more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. the latest king of Trumon is Teuku Radja Moeda (known Teuku Radja Lex) bin Teuku Radja Iskandar Moeda, his wife Tjutnjak Chaizan binti Teuku Haji Djafar deputy of Teuku Radja Iskandar Moeda
* Truseb: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra. The state was part of the Federation of the XII Hulubalangs ...
* Tungkob: A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Turateya
* Turing: A state in the Flores islands ...
* XII Mukims Pidie, Pedir
* II Mukims Keumala
* II Mukims Musa
* II Mukims Titeue
* II Mukims Truseb

U

* Ubud: A Raja family in the principality of Gianyar in southeast Bali ...
* Ulu Tesso: A state in East Sumatra (Sumatera Timur). Later formed the Rantau Federation ...
* Umaclaran: A state in West Timor ...
* Umassopoko
* Umbu Ratu Nggay: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Una Una: A state on Togian Island in the Middle Celebes (Sulawesi Tengah), founded in the 17th century ...
* Unga (Aceh): A state more or less vassal of the Sultanate of Aceh, in the region of Sumatra ...
* Unjung Pandang
* Unu

W

* Waai: A state in northeast Ambon, in the Moluccas ...
* Waigama: A state on Misool Island in the west of New Guinea ...
* Waigeo: A state in the west of New Guinea ...
* Waihale (Wehali)
* Waijelu: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Waijewa: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Waila
* Waiwiku Waihale: An independent or semi-independent state in West Timor (Timor Loro Manu), originally the central part of the empire of whole Timor created by Meromak Oan (the divine ruler) ...
* Wajo Kingdom: A state founded c1450 by refugees by Luwu in the Bugi region of the Southwestern Celebes (Sulawesi Selatan). A kind of aristocratic republic governed by a council of ...
* Wanokaka: A state on the island of Sumba ...
* Watlaar: A state in the Moluccas ...
* Wertuar: A state in the east of New Guinea ...
* Wojila: A state in the region of Sumatra. A dependency of the State of Kawai XVI ...
* Wolijita: A state in the Flores islands ...

Y

* Yogyakarta: In 1755, the Sultanate of Mataram in Java split into two states: Yogyakarta and Surakarta. Both states were subject to the indirect rule of the Dutch until 1949 when Indonesia ...
* Yotowawa

References

*"Encyclopaedie van Nederlandsch Oost-Indië", Vol. I-IV (1917-21), Den Haag & Leiden: Nijhoff & Brill.


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