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Unit 1 Was There Singapore Before 1819?

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Published on August 29, 2007

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Unit 1 Was there Singapore before 1819?

Early Artefacts Found in Singapore The Singapore Stone Located at mouth of Singapore river 150 years ago. Showed that people at that time could write and read but in a different language from us today. The Sejarah Melayu Malay records written by Munshi Abdullah. Contained story about how Singapore was named by Sang Nila Utama. Jewellery, porcelain, stoneware and eathenware found at Fort Canning Showed there was trade between Singapore and other parts of the world. Chinese records Account of Wang Dayuan a chinese traveller.

The Singapore Stone

Located at mouth of Singapore river 150 years ago.

Showed that people at that time could write and read but in a different language from us today.

The Sejarah Melayu

Malay records written by Munshi Abdullah.

Contained story about how Singapore was named by Sang Nila Utama.

Jewellery, porcelain, stoneware and eathenware found at Fort Canning

Showed there was trade between Singapore and other parts of the world.

Chinese records

Account of Wang Dayuan a chinese traveller.

Post 14 th century Singapore Parameswara came to Singapore. He became the new ruler of Singapore. He was drove out of Singapore by Javanese troops or the Siamese. He fled to Muar, island of Singapore left to a group of orang lauts. Singapore lost its importance as a trading port.

Parameswara came to Singapore.

He became the new ruler of Singapore.

He was drove out of Singapore by Javanese troops or the Siamese.

He fled to Muar, island of Singapore left to a group of orang lauts.

Singapore lost its importance as a trading port.

Reasons for the coming of the Europeans Increase in interest to the world outside Europe. They wanted to know the lives of the Easterners. To buy spices from the East. Spices were very important at that tme as there were no refrigerators. They wanted to have a share of the wealth available in the East. They wanted to find gold, rubies and other precious stones found in the East.

Increase in interest to the world outside Europe.

They wanted to know the lives of the Easterners.

To buy spices from the East.

Spices were very important at that tme as there were no refrigerators.

They wanted to have a share of the wealth available in the East.

They wanted to find gold, rubies and other precious stones found in the East.

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