High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Hang Jebat was the
closest companion of the legendary Malay hero Hang Tuah. He is well
known for his vengeful rebellion against the Malacca Sultan whom he
served. After Hang Tuah was sentenced to death, Hang Jebat was
conferred by the Sultan of Malacca with the Taming Sari, a sacred
kris formerly used by Hang Tuah. Believing that Hang Tuah was
unjustly murdered by the Sultan he served, Hang Jebat turned
against the Sultan to avenge his friend's death. No one knew,
however, except the Bendahara who went against the Sultans orders
and hid Hang Tuah in a remote region of Malacca that he was still
alive.With the kris in his possession, Hang Jebat became invincible
and there was not one person in the entire Malacca Empire who was
capable of killing him. Hang Jebat's revenge had forced the Sultan
of Malacca to abandon his palace. Jebat seduced the women of the
palace and spent his days eating, drinking and sporting with them.
All the warriors sent by the Sultan to challenge him were killed.
Even his friend Hang Kasturi was driven out when Hang Jebat
realized that the other man hadn't come to join him in merrymaking.
|Country of origin:
Frederic P. Miller
• Agnes F. Vandome
• John McBrewster
||152 x 229 x 4mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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