The Sultanate Of Brunei'S Influence Peaked Between The 15Th And 17Th Centuries When Its Control Extended Over Coastal Areas Of Northwest Borneo And The Southern Philippines
The Sultanate of Brunei ruled during the fourteenth to the sixteenth century. Its
territory allegedly covered the northern part of Borneo and the southern ...
Information on Brunei — geography, history, politics, government, economy,
population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map
The pre-Islamic history of Brunei is unclear, but archaeological evidence shows
the country to have been trading with the Asian mainland as early as CE 518.
The total population of Brunei
is about 409,000 people. Reliable Chinese records indicate that Zheng He's second voyage as the leader of the Ming Treasure Fleet stopped in Brunei
at some point between 1407 and 1409, returning with the King of Brunei
to Nanking. Howe... More »
May 13, 2014 ... Brunei, independent Islamic sultanate on the northern coast of the island of
Borneo in Southeast Asia. It is bounded to the north by the South ...
Brunei: History. 1400s. The sultanate of Brunei is now in control of Borneo,
including the Sabah and Sarawak states of Malaysia and parts of the Sulu
islands in ...
Nov 24, 2014 ... A chronology of key events in the history of Brunei. ... 1841 - Sultan of Brunei
Omar Ali Saifuddin II rewards British army officer James Brooke for ...
HISTORY. Historians believe there was a forerunner to the present Brunei
Sultanate which the Chinese called Po-ni. Chinese and Arabic records indicate
Identification. Brunei Darussalam is a multiethnic society in which one ethnic
group, the Barunay, has a monopoly of political power. Variations in tradition ...