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List of Kings/Rulers of the Philippines 1567-1900
Name of Ruler Ethnicity Religion Reign on the Throne of Manila Death Notes
Irfan al-Izza Arab Islam 1567-1572 December 2, 1571 The Great Sultan of the Philippines. The first ruler of a unified Philippines. King of the Northern Empire. One of the Three Generals who defeated the Spanish forces out the Philippines. Considered the "father of the Philippines".
Mahithir Panjang Malay Islam 1572-1577 December 5, 1571 The Great Rajah of the Philippines. The king of the Central Empire. One of the Three Generals who defeated the Spanish forces out of the Philippines.
Hua Jun Chinese Buddhism 1577-1582 June 6, 1584 The Great Emperor of the Philippines and king of the Southern Empire. One of the Three Generals who defeated the Spanish forces out of the Philippines, made the first attack in Luzon.
Adb-al-Rahman Malay Islam 1582-1587 June 3, 1599 The Great Sultan of the Philippine Kingdom. Changed name from the Philippine Empire to the Philippine Kingdom. The fourth king of to rule the Philippines and paid for Hua Jun's burial.
Ahmed Panjang Malay Islam 1587-1592 January 3, 1610 The Great Rajah of the Philippine Kingdom. King of the Central Kingdom. Descendant of Mahithir Panjang.
Wu Zhun Chinese Buddhism 1592-1593 February 1, 1620 The Great Emperor of the Philippine Kingdom. King of the Southern Kingdom, descendant of Hua Jun. Was unfit to rule and overthrown by Aladdin bin Ahmed.
Jasmine bin Ahmed Arab Islam 1593-1598 August 5, 1610 The Great Sultaness of the Philippines, first female ruler of the Philippine Kingdom. Princess of the Northern Kingdom. Appointed to rule by Aladdin bin Ahmed. Known as the "Most beautiful being to ever rule the Philippine Kingdom." Famous in Arab and Filipino legend.
Nikhil Patil Indian Hinduism 1604-1609 August 3, 1620 The Great Raja of the Philippines. An Indian historian who travelled to the Malay Archipelago to study the ancient history. Became crowned king after defeating a group of rivalling people for the crown at the Throne of Manila. Brought back order to the Philippine Kingdom.
Nur Paluko Cebuano Islam 1609-1614 May 3, 1630 The Great Rajah of the Philippine Kingdom. A descendant of Lapu-Lapu, the first native to rule a unified Philippines. Built the Imperial House in Manila, dedicated to all of the great rulers of the Philippine Kingdom starting from Lapu-Lapu and Al-Malik.
Atheir Abbas Arab Islam 1614-1616 May 31, 1616 The Great Caliph of the Philippines. The first caliph to rule the Philippine Kingdom (a caliph is a descendant of Muhammad). Brought potential chaos to the Kingdom, lost royal status and was killed on May 31, 1616.
Agung Salabi Javanese Islam 1616-1621 January 4, 1922 The Great Sultan of the Philippine Kingdom. A Javanese explorer who explored around the Malay Archipelago, helped end Abbas's tyrannical reign. A royal descendant of the dead Sultanate of Malacca. Father claimed his "royal blood will become visible. Only not from home." Crowned king as a "token of appreciation" and strengthened relations with the Philippine Kingdom and kingdoms from Indonesia.
Epifanio de Gonzales Spanish Islam 1621-1626 May 3, 1930 The Great King of the Philippine Kingdom. A Spanish expatriot who converted to Islam as proof of his appreciation for the natives of the Philippine Kingdom. The first Spanish King in an independant Philippines and first prominent Spanish Muslim. Crowned as the next king of the Philippine Kingdom by former Sultan Salabi when his reign ended.
Kaled abu-Bakr Boholano Islam 1626-1631 ? Great Rajah of the Philippine Kingdom
Imran abu-Bakr Boholano Islam 1631-1636 ? Great Rajah of the Philppine Kingdom and son of Khaled abu-Bakr
Fernando Mendoza Illocano Buddhism 1636-1641 ? Great Emperor of the Philippine Kingdom, a Buddhist from northern Luzon born to a family who are descendants of Catholic converts who were reverted back to Buddhism by Hua Jun's missionaries. Known as the most "Enlightened Ruler of the Philippine Kingdom."
Chu Pang Chinese Islam 1641-1660 ? Great Emperor of the Philippine Kingdom. Abolished the "five-year" policy originated by the Three Generals. Claimed that rulers should rule until they feel unable to, and granted people the right to overthrow unjust rulers. Created an equal distribution of Muslims, Catholics, Hindus and Buddhists in the Philippine Crown.
Ghuntur Bambang Javanese Islam 1700-1745 ? Great Sultan of the Philippine Kingdom. After Chu Pang's death, the Philippine Kingdom was left rulerless and prone to invasion. Bambang crowned himself as the sultan of the Philippine Kingdom and ruled as a simple king/sultan.
Kulap Preecha Thai/Siamese Buddhism 1745-1835 ? Great King of the Philippine Kingdom. Was exiled from Kingdom of Siam in Thailand. Former prince in Thailand. His Philippine caretakers crowned him as the next king. One of the longest-ruling kings of the kingdom.
Mongkut Sunan Thai/Siamese Buddhism 1835-1840 ? Great King of the Philippines, also a Thai who wanted to strengthen trade between the sultanates in the Philippines and Siamese kingdoms in Thailand. Failed to due to Spanish administration.
Abdul-Hamid Malay Islam 1840-1897 ? Great Sultan of the Philippines. Death is unknown, Sultan of the Northern Kingdom during the Second Philippine Revolution against Spain.
José Rizal

Tagalog/mestizo

Catholicism 1898-1900 December 30, 1956 Great King of the Philippine Kingdom. The first Christian king of an independant Philippines and the last king until Philippines became a democratic republic in 1900 (although he remained president until Aguinaldo's presidency). Started the Second Philippine Revolution against Spain. The first to create a unified Filipino identity and adopted Filipino as the official demonym for the natives of the Philippines.

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