 DAWN MAN
 JAVA MAN  PEKING MAN
 Dr. Robert B. Fox
-an american anthropologist of National
Museum inside Tabon Cave, Palawan, on
May 28, 1962.
 Medium height, with a
sloping forehead and
high eyebrow ridges.
 NEGRITOS/PYGMY  First group of Asian
Immigrants
 Among the smallest
peoples in the world (1.5
m. in height)
 Black sk...
 INDONESIANS  Second group of Asian
immigrants
 Boats from the mainland
of Southeast Asia in two
successive waves
 Tal...
 MALAYS  Java, Sumatra, Borneo,
and Malay Peninsula
 Balangay/ Barangay
 Arrived in our country
in three migratory
wav...
 Food and Drinks
 Mode of Dressing
 Tattoos
 Natural Courtesy and Politeness
 Cleanliness and Neatness
 Amusements
...
 Government
-Datu
-Timawa
-Alipin
o Laws
o Religions
o Burial and Mourning Customs
o Superstitions
o Languages
o Writing
 Literacy of the Early Filipinos
 Education
 Sciences
 Weights and Measures
 Calendars
 Coinage
 Domestic and Forei...
 Bhatara “great lord”
The Mandayas of Mindanao worshipped a
trinity’s of gods:
 Mansalitan (creator of the universe)
 B...
Hindu trinity of gods:
 Brahma (the Creator)
 Vishnu (the Preserver)
 Siva (the Destroyer)
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Ancient philippines

  1. 1.  DAWN MAN
  2. 2.  JAVA MAN  PEKING MAN
  3. 3.  Dr. Robert B. Fox -an american anthropologist of National Museum inside Tabon Cave, Palawan, on May 28, 1962.
  4. 4.  Medium height, with a sloping forehead and high eyebrow ridges.
  5. 5.  NEGRITOS/PYGMY  First group of Asian Immigrants  Among the smallest peoples in the world (1.5 m. in height)  Black skin, dark and kinky hair, small flat noses, thick lips, and slender bodies.  Fishing and hunting  Old Stone Age (Paleolithic)
  6. 6.  INDONESIANS  Second group of Asian immigrants  Boats from the mainland of Southeast Asia in two successive waves  Tall people (5’6 to 6’2 meters)  New Stone Age (Neolithic)  Third group of Asian immigrants.
  7. 7.  MALAYS  Java, Sumatra, Borneo, and Malay Peninsula  Balangay/ Barangay  Arrived in our country in three migratory waves  Head-hunting Malays  Alphabet-using Malays  moros
  8. 8.  Food and Drinks  Mode of Dressing  Tattoos  Natural Courtesy and Politeness  Cleanliness and Neatness  Amusements  Marriage Customs -the Wedding Ceremony
  9. 9.  Government -Datu -Timawa -Alipin o Laws o Religions o Burial and Mourning Customs o Superstitions o Languages o Writing
  10. 10.  Literacy of the Early Filipinos  Education  Sciences  Weights and Measures  Calendars  Coinage  Domestic and Foreign Trade
  11. 11.  Bhatara “great lord” The Mandayas of Mindanao worshipped a trinity’s of gods:  Mansalitan (creator of the universe)  Badla (creator of men)  Pandaunon (destroyer of men)
  12. 12. Hindu trinity of gods:  Brahma (the Creator)  Vishnu (the Preserver)  Siva (the Destroyer)

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