Samaskuta Kingdom

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Samaskuta kingdom was a kingdom located in inland Sumatra, Lake Singkarak in West Sumatra precisely at this time.[clarification needed][1] There is not much history about the beginning of the establishment of this kingdom . But the kingdom is known to have existed before the eruption of Krakatoa in the 5th century.[2] In the book of Ancient Nusantara (now Indonesia) King Serat Pustaka Raja mention the name of the king who ruled in the Kingdom Samaskuta in the year 416 AD is Prabhava Sangkala[3][4][5]id=1121.

References

  1. ^ Iguchi, Masatoshi. 2013. Java Essay: The History and Culture of a Southern Country. Matador. British. pg 129
  2. ^ Trubner. 1889. Trubner's Record; A Journal Devoted To The Literature of The East, with Note and List of Current: American, European, and Colonial Publication. Third Series, Vol. I No. I. pg 85
  3. ^ Iguchi, Masatoshi. 2013. Java Essay: The History and Culture of a Southern Country. Matador. British. pg 128
  4. ^ T.E. Behrend dan Pudjiastuti, Titik. 1997. Katalog Induk Naskah Naskah Nusantara, Jilid 3-A. Fakultas Sastra, Indonesia University. Yayasan Obor Indonesia dan École Française d'Extrême-Orient. Jakarta. pg 507
  5. ^ Paramayoga, Sasraningrat, 1894, #1121 (Pupuh 31-38). Bahasa dan Budaya | Wayang #1233.


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