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Ketuanan Islam dan pertuanan raja-raja Melayu : lintasan sejarah perkembangan gagasan Melayu Islam beraja / [susunan Tun Suzana Tun Hj. Othman]
Bib ID 5040403
Format BookBook
Author
Suzana Tun Hj. Othman, Tun, 1965-
 
Description Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia : Media Satria, 2008 
339 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 9789833020133
9833020135
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-338)

Text in Malay.

Subjects Malays (Asian people) - Kings and rulers.  |  Islam and politics - Malay Archipelago - History.  |  Islam and state - Malay Archipelago - History.

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