Malacca Sultanateball was an Islamic country in Malaysiaball.
He was born in 1402 when the king of Singapura, Parameswara; who fled his kingdom in 1398 when Majapahitball invaded and conquered it, established a new kingdom in Malacca. In 1409 Parameswara converted to Islam and began the Malacca Sultanate. In the following years, they conquered what is now Johor, Selangor, Melaka, and Negeri Sembilan. In 1431 they vandalized Aruball. In the 1440s Siantar gradually broke free from Aruball. The Sultanate reached it's greatest extent under the reigns of Mansur Shah (1459-77) and Mahmud Shah (1488-1511)and(1513-28). In the 1460s, Mansur Shah actually convinced the ruler of Majapahit to marry His daughter and give the Sultanate Keritang and Siantan. In the 1500s they had a war with Ayutthaya and brought Perak, Kelantan, Pattani, and Kedah in to the Sultanate; but Ayutthaya gained back the last two after Malacca lost it's capital to the Portugese in 1511. In 1528, Mahmud died, and His son's split the Sultanate into the Perak Sultanate and the Johor Sultanate.
His flag will be reused by the EU soon...
| Malaysia |
|Federal territories||Kuala Lumpurball • Putrajayaball • Labuanball|
|States|| Peninsular: Selangorball • Perakball • Penangball • Malaccaball • Kelantanball • Terengganuball • Perlisball • Pahangball • Negeri Sembilanball • Johorball • Kedahball |
Eastern: Sarawakball • Sabahball
|Former entities||Migrants from the North that later crossed the ocean • Malayan Unionball • Straits Settlementball • Federated Malay Statesball • Unfederated Malay States ( Johor Sultanateball • Kedah Sultanateball • Terengganu Sultanateball • Kelantan Sultanateball • Perlis Sultanateball) • Dutch Malaccaball • Portuguese Malaccaball • Malacca Sultanateball • Crown Colony of Sarawakball • Crown Colony of North Borneoball • Kingdom of Sarawakball • Crown Colony of Labuanball • Bruneian Empireball • Malayaball|
|Divisions||Central Tringapore • East Tringapore • North Tringapore • North-East Tringapore • West Tringapore|
|Historical entities||Migrants from North • Srivijayaball • Kingdom of Tringapura • Malacca Sultanateball • Johor Sultanateball • Straits Settlementball ( British Tringapore) • State of Tringapore in Malaysiaball|
|Lah Lah Land|