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History

  1. 1. PHILIPPINE HISTORY Pre-Colonial Period
  2. 2. Long before the Spaniards came to the Philippines, Filipinos had a civilization of their own. This civilization partly came from the Malay settlers and partly from their response to the new environment.
  3. 3. Many of these customs and traditions, government and way of life, have come down to the present day, despite the changes brought about by westernization and modernization.
  4. 4. This is why it is possible to know about our distant past by simply observing some customs and practices that have resisted change and modernization
  5. 5. Society Philippine pre-colonial society is both different and the same as in the present. Some aspects of the pre-colonial period have survived into our time. The following is a description of the way of life of pre-colonial Filipinos.
  6. 6. Pre-Colonial Philippines A. Society 1. Mode of Dressing 2. Ornaments 3. Houses 4. Filipino Traits
  7. 7. MODE OF DRESSING • male attire was composed of the kanggan (sleeveless jacket) and bahag (loincloth) • the color of the kanggan indicates rank – red for the chief, black or blue for the commoners • men also wear a turban called putong, which also tell the social status/achievement of the individual wearing it • female attire consisted of baro or camisa (jacket with sleeves) and saya or patadyong (a long skirt); some women wore a piece of red or white cloth on top of their skirt called tapis
  8. 8. HOUSES • built to suit the tropical climate • called bahay kubo, made of wood, bamboo, and nipa palm; it was built on stilts and can be entered through ladders that can be drawn up • some Filipinos, such as the Kalingas, Mandayas and Bagobos built their houses on treetops • others, such as the Badjaos, built their houses on boats
  9. 9. Pre Colonial Period Fashion Show
  10. 10. COMMON TRAITS OF FILIPINOS FAITH IN GOD CLOSE FAMILY TIES We may have different religions in different sectors of our country, but what is consistent is that we all have one strong form of faith. We enjoy the feeling of having and knowing family members around us. We celebrate holidays together and lend a hand to relative when it is needed.
  11. 11. COMMON TRAITS OF FILIPINOS HOSPITALITY CLOSE FAMILY TIES We enjoy the feeling of having and knowing family members around us. We celebrate holidays together and lend a hand to relative when it is needed.
  12. 12. Pre-Colonial Philippines B. Religion 1. Religious Beliefs 2. Burial 3. Divination and Magic Charms
  13. 13. Pre-Colonial Philippines C. Culture Music and Dance

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