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Tidore established a loose alliance with the Spanish in the sixteenth century, and Spain had several forts on the island. While there was much mutual distrust between the Tidorese and the Spaniards, for Tidore the Spanish presence was helpful in resisting incursions by their enemy Ternate, as well as the Dutch forces that had a base on that island.
In the 16th and 17th century the Sultanate of Tidore (allied with Portugal/Spain) rivalled with the Sultanate of Ternate (allied with the V.O.C.) over hegemony in the region. As Spanish strength in the region diminished before their eventual withdrawal from the region in 1663, Tidore became one of the most independent kingdoms in the region, resisting direct control by Dutch East India Company (VOC). Particularly under Sultan Saifuddin (1657-1689), the Tidore court was skilled at using Dutch payment for spices for gifts to strengthen traditional ties with Tidore’s traditional periphery. As a result he was widely respected by many local populations, and had little need to call on the Dutch for military help in governing the kingdom, as Ternate frequently did.
Tidore remained an independent kingdom, albeit with frequent Dutch interference, until the late eighteenth century. Like Ternate, Tidore allowed the Dutch spice eradication program (extirpative) to proceed in its territories. This program, indeed to strengthen the Dutch spice monopoly by limiting production to a few places, impoverished Tidore and weakened its control over its periphery.
The sultanate was terminated by the Dutch East Indies in 1904. In 1949 her territories (except for those in New Guinea) became part of the Republic of Indonesia.
The beautiful island of Tidore is just a few minutes across the sea from Ternate by speedboat. Like Ternate, it is also an ancient spice-trading sultanate dominated by a towering volcano, Gunung Kiematubu. Its attractions are also similar: historic forts, beaches, and good hiking possibilities.
But unlike Ternate, which has retained its commercial and political importance as the main administrative and trading centre of North Maluku, Tidore has slipped into relative obscurity. For visitors, this is a blessing in disguise though: it means that while facilities are more limited, the traditional architecture, customs and historical sights have been spared from modern influences and over-restoration. Even the capital Soasio has the feeling of a sleepy village, and like most villages themselves, it has neat streets full of flowers and white-washed houses. Although it is easily visited as a day-trip from Ternate, Tidore rewards those prepared to spend a longer time exploring its attractions and soaking up its historic atmosphere thoroughly.
The body and its parts in Tidore, a Papuan language of Eastern Indonesia.
This paper discusses properties of body part nomenclature in Tidore. As well as a number of simplex terms that refer to parts of the body, Tidore also has a considerable number of complex terms. Some problems relating to the identification of terms as ‘simplex’ are discussed and it is shown that at least one named part of the body, yohu ‘leg/foot’, does not correspond to a perceptually ‘given’, natural part of the body since it does not include the upper part of the thigh. Inherent possessor terms allow for a lexicalisation-based hierarchy of the human body. It is uncertain, however, whether this partonomy also reflects the conceptualisation of the body and its parts in Tidore. Elicitation of data that do not directly rely on the lexicalisation of partonomic relations may reveal an additional partonomy.
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The Tidore Kingdom and the History of Raja Ampat.
Raja Ampat is one of the most popular names associated with West Papua Province in Indonesia. Most people know it as a great diving spot with a beautiful view and rich biodiversity, but Raja Ampat also has historical significance in Indonesia, especially related to its name. “Raja Ampat” basically means “Four Kings”, and the name is related to one of the most important kingdoms in Eastern Indonesia, the Tidore.
The history of Raja Ampat and the Tidore Kingdom is a proof of the long relation between Indonesia and West Papua, even before the era of independence.
The Tidore Kingdom and West Papua Connection.
Tidore is the name of an Islamic kingdom (sultanate) that ruled Eastern Indonesia between the 16 th and 18 th century. The kingdom centered in Tidory City, North Maluku, and its region extended to various smaller islands around Maluku, including Seram and Buru. While there were other kingdoms in Eastern Indonesia such as Ternate, Jailolo, and Bacan, Tidore was the most influential in many aspects.
The historic relation between the Tidore Kingdom and West Papua started in the ruling period of Ibn Mansyur (1512-1526). This sultan was the first led a marine expedition to the furthest part of eastern Indonesia. Using a fleet of kora-kora (Maluku traditional ships) to reach Papua, accompanied by Captain Gurabesi, Sultan Ibn Mansyur managed to gain several areas and islands in West Papua, making them parts of Tidore Kingdom.

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