Pre-Spanish History

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The two theories that was assigned to me last summer. I was browsing my stuffs today and I found this in one of my folders so I thought sharing this here. Feel free to upload and criticize and improve my presentation.

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  • This time, there were already using spears and small flint stones weapons
  • Pre-Spanish History

    1. 1. R. Abapo Jr.
    2. 2.  Henrey Otley Beyer’s Migration Theory Felipe Landa Jocano’s Evolution Theory
    3. 3. Henry Otley Beyer
    4. 4.  a.k.a “cavemen” resemblesthe Java Man, Peking Man, etc. nomadic
    5. 5.  dark-skinned pygmies crossed land bridges from Malaya, Borneo, and Australia until they reached Palawan, Mindoro and Mindanao. nomadic
    6. 6.  came to the islands with boats more advanced than the Aetas tools out of stone and steel farming and mining wore clothing and ornaments
    7. 7.  last to migrate From Java, Sumatra, Borneo, and the Malay Peninsula traveled by boats more advanced Pottery, weaving, jewelr y, making and metal smelting, and introduced irrigation system in rice planting
    8. 8. Felipe Landa Jocano
    9. 9.  Robert Fox and  Tabon Man Manuel Santiago skullcap and a portion -resembles the Java of a jaw Man, and Peking Man -gathered fruits, leaves and plants for his food -used weapons made of stone

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