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However, none of them has any inscriptions, names or indications that they belonged to rulers or members of the Royal family.As late as 1514 the Captain-General of Malacca reported that although the merchants of Brunei were Muslim, their king remained a pagan.He travelled to thirteen settlements in the region in search of an auspicious ox.At each of the villages, he fathered thirteen (or twenty-two) other sons by thirteen different aboriginal wives, daughters of the local to rule the newly founded state was Awang Alak Betatar, the son of Dewa Amas and the Sang Aji's daughter.Although parts of the latter have come to light, publication of the full text remains prohibited because it does not always confirm the published official texts.
Brunei hard camphor had a wholesale value equivalent to its own weight in silver.The paucity of Royal tombs and engraved headstones is also remarkable, until one realises that as Hindus or Buddhists they would have been cremated, not buried.It is obvious from this that contemporary foreign records do not corroborate the official chronology.The Spanish, however, established themselves in Luzon.Proximity, religious differences, and trading aims soon caused friction between Brunei and Spain. The Spanish invaded Brunei in 1577 and again in 1578, when they occupied and annexed the capital and its outlying parts to the Spanish crown.
He was not necessarily the eldest among them, but chosen to rule because of his fitness to do so.