Ahmad Shah of Malacca

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Sultan Ahmad Shah of Malacca (died 1513) was a sultan of what is now Malaya.

The son of Sultan Mahmud Shah, Ahmad Shah's rule began in 1511 when his father stepped aside. It ended in 1513 when he died during the kingdom's war with Portugal: His father stabbed him after failing the attack to conquer Malacca. He was succeeded in rule by his father.

Sultan Ahmad Shah was also involved in the Putri Gunung Ledang Myth where the putri requested a bowl of Raja Ahmad's blood in order to marry her.

Another say; Sultan Ahmad Shah was not appointed as ruler but in-charge to cover up for his father escape with Tun Teja along with Hang Tuah to an Indian Ocean. considering their Mamak blood, they land off in India. Sultan Mahmud Shah has sworn-in as no one will be the ruler of Malacca after his escape. The tun Teja tomb is perhaps belongs to her maid. Hang Tuah graveyard is no where to be found in Malaysia.

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Ahmad Shah of Malacca
House of Malacca
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Sultan Mahmud Shah
Sultan of Malacca
Succeeded by
Position abolished