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Urih Pesisir: A Reflection of the Political History of the Sultanate of Brunei in the Nineteenth Century

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The people of Brunei Darussalam (henceforth Brunei) are a Malay race who have a long history of advanced civilisation. The kingdom was an empire during its golden age in the sixteenth century (Ranjit Singh in Brunei 1839–1983: The problems of political survival. Oxford University Press, Singapore, 1991, pp. 17–19), and during that time, the Sultanate of Brunei controlled most of the island of Borneo as well as the Sulu Islands in what is now part of the Philippines (Saunders in A history of Brunei. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1994, p. 46), reflecting the proud heritage of the people.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universiti Brunei DarussalamBandar Seri BegawanBrunei

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