|Ahmad Riayat Shah|
أحمد رعاية شاه
|Sultan of Johor|
|Predecessor||Abdul Jalil Muazzam Shah|
|Successor||Mahmud Shah III|
|Father||Abdul Jalil Muazzam Shah|
Paduka Sri Sultan ‘Ahmad I Ri’ayat Shah Zilu’llah fil’Alam Khalifat ul-Muminin ibni al-Marhum Sultan ‘Abdu’l Jalil (1752–1770) was the 14th Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Johor and Pahang and their dependencies who reigned from 1761 to 1770.
He is the elder son of the 13th Sultan of Johor, Abdul Jalil Muazzam Shah by his second wife, Tengku Puteh binti Daeng Chelak, third daughter of Yamtuan Muda of Riau, Daeng Chelak. He succeeded on the death of his father on January 29th, 1761. Crowned in February 1761 at the age of nine, Ahmad Riayat Shah reigned under a Council of Regency. He died of poisoning in 1770, possibly by a Bugis chief, at Bulang, Riau and buried in Batangan.
He was succeeded by his younger brother, Mahmud Shah III.
Ahmad Riayat Shah of Johor
Bendahara DynastyBorn: 1752 Died: 1770
Abdul Jalil Muazzam Shah
| Sultan of Johor
Mahmud Shah III
- Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid (2011), The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, 16 - The Rulers of Malaysia, Editions Didier Millet, ISBN 978-981-3018-54-9
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