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Pre-Colonial Period | Educational Blogging
The following is a description of the way of life of pre-colonial Filipinos.
Igorot bamboo art
first glimpse can be seen in primitive tools and weapons that were polished along the lines of leaves and petals of flowers
can also be seen in beads,
amulets, bracelets, and other ornaments made of jade, red cornelian, and other stones
dyed and ornamented their barkcloth with designs of attractive colors
Filipinos are naturally fond of both music and dance, and usually,
whenever music is played, it is accompanied by dance
Music and Dance
Igorots reciting Hudhud
Filipinos were fond of composing epic poetry, which is why the country is unique for having more than twenty epic poems.
Pre colonial-period - SlideShare
Moreover, the tardiness and the lack of assiduity of the colonial administration in making a public educational system work meant the survival of oral tradition, or what was left of it, among the conquered tribes.
History of the Philippines (900–1521) - Wikipedia
They also had music and dances for almost all occasions and a wide variety of musical instruments that shows their ingenuity.
Mixed marriages were allowed in pre-colonial society
the status of children were dependent upon the status of the parents
often, the status of children in mixed marriages is divided evenly between the parents
single children of mixed marriage were half-free and half-dependent
legitimate children inherited their parents’ property even without any
written will and was divided equally among the children
Mixed Marriages, Inheritance and Succession
men were in general, monogamous; while their wives are called asawa, while concubines are called “friends”
in order to win the hand of his lady, the man has to show his patience and dedication to both the lady and her parents
courtship usually begins with paninilbihan
if the man wins the trust of the parents, he does not immediately marry the woman, but he has to satisfy several conditions:
- give a dowry or bigay-kaya
- pay the panghihimuyat
- pay the wet nurse bigay-suso
- pay the parents himaraw
- bribe for the relatives called sambon (among the Zambals)
women in pre-colonial Philippine society had the right to inherit property,
engage in trade and industry, and succeed to the chieftainship of the barangay in the absence of a male heir
had the exclusive right to name their children
men walked behind them as a sign of respect
Status of Women
Philippine pre-colonial society is both different and the same as in the present.
10 Reasons Why Life Was Better In Pre-Colonial Philippines
Some western historians assume that the aborigines of the Philippines were the Australo-Melanesian people who are distinctively small with dark skin and curly brown hair.
Pre-Colonial Philippines by Bea David on Prezi
Pedro Chirino’s theory is that the ancients wrote from top to bottom and from left to right
System of Writing
there are more than one hundred languages in the Philippines, eight of which are considered major languages.
They are: Tagalog, Iloko, Pangasinan, Pampangan, Sugbuhanon, Hiligaynon, Samarnon or Samar-Leyte, and Magindanao
Philippine pre-colonial culture was basically Malayan in structure and form.
Warfare in pre-colonial Philippines - Revolvy
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Cultural Evolution of the Early Filipinos
The Mainland Origin Hypothesis
He states that the early inhabitants originated from South China and Taiwan
The Island Origin Hypothesis
Wilhelm Solheim II
Believes that the prehistoric people originated and dispersed from an island in Southeast Asia.
Old stone age or Paleolithic Period
The era of crude stone tools and weapons.
Philippine Literature in the Spanish Colonial Period …
In the Philippines, it was believed to have started in Cagayan Valley.
Are those rounded stones like those found in the riverbed.
Are tools in which the stones are larger
Stones that are skillfully edged and shaped
The earliest method of preparing fish for consumption where vinegar or lime juice enhance the taste of the fish.
This is also known as the Phillippine mound builder.
This is the first metal to be widely used in the Philippines
The Developed Iron Age
This Age was characterized by the appearance and utilization of improved iron tools as the major technological device for exploiting the environment.
Age of Contact
Refers to the period of trading relations with neighboring islands, mostly by Asian traders.
Was the principle language of South-East commerce during those times.
The name of the chief god of the pre-christian Tagalogs, came from a sanskrit term “Bhattara”, meaning “Great Lord”.
It is a Tagalog script and was sometimes erroneously called Alibata
It is a writing instrument that was a sharp-pointed piece of iron.
A Dutch National who was able to unlock the message on the copper material.
Was the Ancient Capital of Sulu.
It is an era of receptivity to Islam which resulted to conversions to the Islamic Faith with the arrival of missionaries in Sulu.
Was the last recorded Muslim Missionary to bring the Islamic Faith into the Country.