Johor Sultanate

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Johor Sultanate
کسلطانن جوهر
Kesultanan Johor
1528–1855
Banner o Johor
Banner (1855–1865)
Caipital
  • Sayong Pinang
  • (c. 1528–1536)
  • Muar
  • (1536–1540)
  • Johor Lama
  • (1540–1564)
  • (1571–1587)
  • Bukit Seluyut
  • (1564–1570)
  • Batu Sawar
  • (1587–1615)
  • (1642–1673)
  • Bintan
  • (1617–1618)
  • Lingga
  • (1618–1623)
  • (1812–1824)
  • Tambelan Islands
  • (1623–1641)
  • Kota Tinggi
  • (1641–1642)
  • (1685–1699)
  • Riau Islands
  • (1678–1685)
  • (1708–1716)
  • (1718–1788)
  • Panchor
  • (1700–1708)
  • Pekan
  • (1788–1795)
  • Singapore
  • (1819–1824)
Common leids Malay
Releegion Sunni Islam
Govrenment Monarchy
Sultan  
• 1528-1564
Alauddin Riayat Shah II (first)
• 1835–1855
Ali Iskandar (last)
Bendahara  
• 1513-1520
Tun Khoja Ahmad (first)
• 1806–1857
Tun Ali (last)
History  
• Established
1528
• Disestablished
1855
Currency Tin ingot, native gowd an siller cunyies
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Malacca Sultanate
Pahang Sultanate
Siak Sultanate
Riau-Lingga Sultanate
Straits Settlements
Johor
Pahang Kinrick
The day pairt o  Malaysie
 Singapore
 Indonesie

The Sultanate o Johor (or sometimes Johor-Riau or Johor-Riau-Lingga or Johor Empire) wis foondit bi Malaccan Sultan Mahmud Shah's son, Sultan Alauddin Riayat Shah II in 1528.[1]

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