The Malay Kingdom

Muzium Negara Gallery B

 

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Photo Gallery B - Page 2 of 2 (photos B32 - B80)
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Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Betel Set

Betel Set

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Meriam Lela

Meriam Lela

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - dug out

Dug Out

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - wood carvings

Wood Carvings

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms -  spices

Spices

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Holographic Dioramas of Early Trade

Holographic Dioramas
Early Trade

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - holographic dioramas of fishing village

Holographic Dioramas
Fishing Village

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - holographic dioramas of trading boats

Holographic Dioramas
Trading Boats

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Lancang Kuning

Lancang Kuning

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Dacing or weighing scales

Dacing

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - conversion of Melaka Sultan to muslim

Diorama
The Age of Islam

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - 100 year old Al-Quran

100 year old
Holy Quran

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Islam comes to Melaka

Islam comes to Melaka

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - collection of bowls

Collection of Bowls

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - gravestone of Sultan Mansur Shah

Gravestone of
Sultan Mansur Shah

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Islamic furniture

Islamic Furniture

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - social culture

Social Culture

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Melaka contemporaries

Melaka Contemporaries

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms -

Social Culture

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms -

Tin Ingot

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms -

Animal Shapd Coins

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms -

Mangosteen Shaped
Tin Coin

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - ingot shaped like foundation stone

Tin Ingot shaped like a foundation stone

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Hang Tuah

Hang Tuah

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Melaka genealogy

Melaka Genealogy

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Parameswara's Ancestors

Parameswara's Ancestors

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - Badik or short dagger

Badik

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - long keris

Long Keris

Muzium Negara or Malaysian National Museum, Gallery B The Malay Kingdoms - ancient Malay Kingdom maps

Ancient Malay Kingdom Maps

     

The Malay Kingdoms - Continued

These kingdoms were already in existence as early as the 2nd century AD. They were found throughout the Malay World or the Malay Archipelago, which consists of the

Historical records and surviving artifacts show that these kingdoms possessed organised systems of government. The historical records and surviving artifacts also show that they have established relations with foreign powers, especially China and India.

Some developed into large empires as they succeeded in expanding their political and economic power.

Together with Melaka, the other kingdoms grew with it. They subsequently formed the basis from which several modern nations developed.

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