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Re: The Queens Of Langkasuka
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2009, 06:48:45 PM »
i mean timeline wise.

after the fall of langkasuka (around 12th century), srivijaya became one of the biggest superpower at the time. during srivijaya time, parameswara came to the peninsula and founded the malaccan sultanate. long story short, pahang sultanate came from one of the lines of parameswara.

so there cant be no prince of pahang during langkasuka's golden era as imagined in the movie if the sultanate itself hasnt existed yet.

but then again, before the sultanate was founded, pahang did exist as a governed land under the empire of siam. so if siamese empire have established a sort of monarchy there, then it would explain why the prince of pahang speaks siamese. but i'm not sure if this actually overlapped with the langkasuka era.
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Re: The Queens Of Langkasuka
« Reply #21 on: May 25, 2009, 06:54:21 PM »
i'm gonna have to say the movie looks good, but the story is pretty rubbish.

i'm gonna go out on a limb here, but if i'm not mistaken, pahang have not come into existence yet when langkasuka was around. but hey, it's not a historical film, so what? :D

they did say its a legend.

but read this...im surprise this empire not only exist way after the fall of melaka, they manage to fend off Siam invasion 4 times with the help of Pahang and Johor.

http://www.sabrizain.org/malaya/kedah3.htm

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Re: The Queens Of Langkasuka
« Reply #22 on: May 25, 2009, 07:45:20 PM »
they did say its a legend.

but read this...im surprise this empire not only exist way after the fall of melaka, they manage to fend off Siam invasion 4 times with the help of Pahang and Johor.

http://www.sabrizain.org/malaya/kedah3.htm

I've also been reading books and internet sites about Pattani, and true it is, as if their history has been almost assimilate by other cultures (Siam). I saw the book about Pattani in Kino, and it was banned in Malaysia and Thailand for a long time until last year.

Before Malaya, (in another unpopular historical facts) Kelantan & Pattani were actually the first Malay States to asked for independence. Imagine, in an alternate universe, you have a Country between Thailand and Malaya.



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