Sundamanese Invasion of Panau

The Sundamanese invasion of Panau lasted from 841 to 845, resulting in Panau becoming a vassal of the Tarangaratna for about 300 years.


After the Sundamanese left Panau to conquer the Niahnese, the Ebon rebelled, lead by the local chieftains. The Sundamanese quickly returned to quell the uprisings.


After the capitulation of Niah, the invaders turned their attention to the south. The Nau Islands came under siege by an army of Sundamanese warriors under the command of Pallavan. In 848, the Pallavan's army sacked the port city of Nengah and enslaved thousands of inhabitants.

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