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Borobudur Temple - 800 AD

Borobudur Temple (337 - 422 AD) already existed when F-Huan came to the Land of Java Jakarta ( DreamLandLibrary ) - Borobudur is ...

700 AD and Beyond

Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - 8th Century included many historical records, including:

730 AD
The establishment of the Kingdom of Sabak - Muara Batang Hari, Jambi

732 AD
Canggal Inscription

(Ekpedisi Cincin Api - Kompas)

Order of the Ancient Mataram Kings

1. Syailendra Dynasty

* Bhanu (752-775)
* Vishnu (775-782)
* Indra (782-812)
* Samaratungga (812-833)
* Pramodhawardhani (833-856), married to Rakai Pikatan (Sanjaya Dynasty)

2. Sanjaya Dynasty

* Sanjaya (732-7xx)
* Rakai Panangkaran
* Rakai Panunggalan
* Rakai Warak
* Rakai Garung
* Rakai Patapan (8xx-838)
* Rakai Pikatan (838-855), ejecting Syailendra Dynasty
* Rakai Kayuwangi (855-885)
* Dyah Tagwas (885)
* Rakai Panumwangan Dyah Dewendra (885-887)
* Rakai Gurunwangi Dyah Badra (887)
* Rakai Watuhumalang (894-898)
* Rakai Watukura Dyah Balitung (898-910)
* Daksa (910-919)
* Tulodong (919-921)
* Dyah Wawa (924-928)
* Mpu Sindok (928-929), moved the center of the kingdom to East Java (Medang)
* Sanjaya Gusti

3. Medang

* MPU Sindok (929-947)
* Sri Isyanatunggawijaya (947-9xx)
* Makutawangsawardhana (9xx-985)
* Dharmawangsa Teguh (985-1006)

4. Kahuripan

* Airlangga (1019-1045), established an empire in the Medang ruins
* (Airlangga later split the Kingdom of Kahuripan into two: Janggala and Kadiri)

5. Strange

* (genealogy of Janggala kings until 1116)

6. Attend

* (The genealogy of the Kadiri kings is unknown until 1116)
* Kameswara (1116-1135), reunited Kadiri and Panjalu
* Jayabaya (1135-1159)
* Rakai Sirikan (1159-1169)
* Sri Aryeswara (1169-1171)
* Sri Candra (1171-1182)
* Kertajaya (1182-1222)

7. Singhasari

* Tunggul Ametung (1222) was killed by Ken Arok.
* Ken Arok (1222-1227)
* Anusapati (1227-1248)
* Tohjaya (1248)
* Ranggawuni (Wisnuwardhana) (1248-1254)
* Kertanagara (1254-1292)

8. Majapahit

* Raden Wijaya (Kertarajasa Jayawardhana) (1293-1309)
* Jayanagara (1309-1328)
* Tribhuwana Wijayatunggadewi (1328-1350)
* Hayam Wuruk (Rajasanagara) (1350-1389)
* Wikramawardhana (1390-1428)
* Suhita (1429-1447)
* Dyah Kertawijaya (1447-1451)
* Rajasawardhana (1451-1453)
* Girishawardhana (1456-1466)
* Singhawikramawardhana (Suraprabhawa) (1466-1474)
* Girindrawardhana Dyah Wijayakarana (1468-1478)
* Singawardhana Dyah Wijayakusuma (according to Pararaton being King Majapahit for 4 months before dying suddenly) (? - 1486)
* Girindrawardhana Dyah Ranawijaya alias Bhre Kertabumi (allegedly as Brawijaya, according to Tome Pires's Book of Pararaton and Suma Oriental by 1513) (1474-1519)

9. Demak

* Raden Broken (1478 - 1518)
* Pati Unus (1518 - 1521)
* Sultan Trenggono (1521 - 1546)
* Sunan Prawoto (1546 - 1561)

10. Sultanate of Pajang

* Jaka Tingkir, titled Sultan Hadiwijoyo (1549 - 1582)
* Arya Pangiri, titled Sultan Ngawantipuro (1583 - 1586)
* Prince Benawa, titled Sultan Prabuwijoyo (1586 - 1587)

Sources: From Various Sources
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