Kerajaan Gowa Tallo merupakan salah satu dari kerajaan Islam di Indonesia yang menjadi simbol kejayaan Islam di Indonesia bagian timur. LATAR BELAKANGKesultanan Gowa atau kadang ditulis Goa, adalah salah satu kerajaan besar dan paling sukses yang terdapat di daerah Su. Kerajaan Gowa (Daeng Manrabia); Kerajaan Tallo (Karaeng Matoaya). Penyebaran Agama Islam; Perluasan Daerah Kekuasaan; Peperangan.
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Sultanate of Gowa sometimes written as Goa; not to be confused with Goa in Indiawas one of kerajzan great kingdoms and the most successful kingdom in the South Sulawesi region.
People of this kingdom come from tall Makassar tribe who lived in the south end and the west coast of southern Sulawesi. Before the establishment of the kingdom, the region had been known as Makassar and its people as Suku Makassar tribe of Makassar. According to the epic poem The Nagarakretagamain kerakaan of King Rajasanagara of Majapahitit lists Makassar as one of the kingdom’s tributaries in The first queen of Gowa was Tomanurung Baine.
For years both kingdoms were involved kerajjaan wars until the taloo of Tallo was defeated. During the reign of King of Gowa X, I Manriwagau Daeng Bonto Karaeng Lakiung Tunipalangga Ulawengthe two kingdoms were reunified to become twin kingdoms under a deal called Rua Kareng se’re ata dual kings, single people in Makassarese and enforced with a binding treaty.
Many historians then simply call these Gowa-Tallo twin kingdoms as Makassar or just Gowa. The conversion of the kingdom to Islam is dated as September 22, when the 14th king of Tallo-Gowa kingdom, Karaeng Matowaya Tumamenaga Ri Agamannaconverted to Islam,  where later changed his name to Sultan Alauddin. He ruled the kingdom from to His conversion kwrajaan Islam is associated with the arrival of three ulama from Minangkabau: From until the early twentieth century, Gowa’s political leaders and Islamic functionaries were both recruited from the ranks of the nobility.
This began the hostilities of English-Dutch against Makassar.
Sultanate of Gowa
Since the area around Fort Rotterdam grew into a city currently known as Makassar. In the Sultanate lost its independence after losing kerajaann war and became one of the Dutch Indies’ regencies. InBone rose up against Gowa. The Battle of Passempe saw Bone defeated and governed by a regent, the head of an Islamic religious council.
In Arung Palakka, the long haired prince of Bone sultanate led a Bugis revolt against Gowa, but failed. After Sultan Hasanuddin taallo to the throne as the 16th sultan of Gowa, he tried to combine the power of the small kingdoms in eastern Indonesia to fight the VOC. The fleet consisted of the admiralship Tertholenand twenty other vessels carrying rallo people, among them Dutch sailors, Dutch soldiers, and native troops from Ambon under Captain Joncker and from Bugis under Arung Palakka and Arung Belo Tosa’deng.
The war later broke in between the VOC and the sultanate of Gowa. On 18 November the Treaty goea Bungaya was signed by the major belligerents in a premature attempt to end the war.
Feeling aggrieved, Hasanuddin started the war again.
Finally, the VOC requested assistance for additional troops to Batavia. Battles broke out again in various places. Sultan Hasanuddin gave fierce resistance. Military reinforcement sent from Batavia definitely strengthened the VOC’s military capability, thus it managed to break the Sultanate of Gowa’s strongest fortress in Somba Opu on June 12, and finally marked the end of the war. Sultan Hasanuddin resigned from the royal throne, dying on June 12, In Arung Palakka was raised to the throne to become sultan of Bone kingdom.
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