visiting historic tombs with fact-finding teams
trip a few days ago with friends visiting the historic sacred tomb in the north aceh region.
we from the fact-finding team searched the burial grounds of the royal aceh era that was estimated thousands of years ago, so here we find so many historical objects of ancient relics
so history and human life, Aceh's history is still too short and many more have not been revealed. and this refers to Aceh's history which can be quite remarkable. this started from the Peureulak kingdom and then the kingdom of Pasai, the kingdom of Pidie, and finally the Kingdom of Aceh darussalam which became the peak of glory around the 13th century AD. so many old site discoveries on the east coast of Aceh and on the west coast can enrich the historical treasures of the area.
but embarrassing the Kingdom of Aceh Darussalam will not be separated with the Kingdom of Pedir, which is located on the northern coast of Sumatra. once Pedir is known as a very busy trading city by merchants from all over the world. and this can be proved by the presence of a large port in the past until now.
then during the Sultanate of Aceh Darussalam, the administrative territory of the Kingdom of Aceh Darussalam was conquered by Sultan Ali Mughayat Syah who became a region with special autonomy having the authority to govern, organize and run his own government at that time.
so the kingdom of Aceh Darussalam grew very fast to its peak during the time of Sultan Iskandar Muda. he did a lot of expansion in spreading Islam including conquering the country Pahang in Malaysia. After he died the Kingdom of Aceh experienced kemundurun little by little at the time of Dutch colonial capture Sultan Muhammad Daud Shah and exiled to Batavia.
The decline at that time Aceh greatly affected the relics of the Kingdom of Aceh which was destroyed by the Dutch thus resulting in the loss of traces of the Kingdom in Aceh until now. So some of the legacy of the Kingdom of Aceh that we find today is a tombstone
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