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Barangay: Sixteenth-Century Philippine Culture and Society - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. by William Henry Scott. National Library Cataloging-in-Publication Data Recommended entry: Scott, William Henry. Barangay: sixteen th-century Philippine culture and society / by. Barangay. Sixteenth-Century Philippine Culture and Society. By WILLIAM HENRY. SCOTT. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, Pp. ix,

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Barangay: sixteenth-century Philippine culture by William Henry Scott. Barangay: sixteenth-century Philippine culture and society. by William Henry Scott. Barangay: sixteenth-century Philippine culture and society /‚Äč William Henry Scott. Also Titled. Sixteenth-century Philippine culture and society. Author. Scott. WILLIAM HENRY SCOTT .. The common Philippine barangay shared this design, same thing in this little barangay which was made in the same town, for I.

This book presents a sixteenth-century Philippine ethnography based on contemporaneous sources. It does not attempt to reconstruct that society by consideration of present Philippine societies, or of features believed to be common to all Austronesian peoples. Nor does it seek similarities with neighboring cultures in Southeast Asia, though the raw data presented should be of use to scholars who might wish to do so. Rather it seeks to answer the question: What did the Spaniards actually say about the Filipino people when they first met them? It is hoped that the answer to that question will permit Filipino readers today to pay a vicarious visit to the land of their ancestors four centuries ago. History texts in use in the Philippine school system generally include a chapter on preHispanic society and culture derived from five main sources available in English in the monumental Blair and Robertson compendium of translations, The Philippine Islands these are Antonio Pigafettas account of the Magellan voyage, Miguel de Loarcas Relation, Juan Plasencias treatises on custom law and religious practices, Pedro Chirinos Relation, and chapter 8 of Antonio de Morgas Sucesos. Unfortunately, they also make use of two twentieth-century forgeries attributed to sixteenth-century Diego Povedano and nineteenth-century Jose Marfa Pavon, and misrepresent Pedro A. Monteclaros Moragtas as a pre-Hispanic document. The Loaysa expedition touched on the east coast of Mindanao, and Alvaro de Saavedra visited Sarangani Island three times in Four accounts, one of them running to a hundred pages, have survived from the Ruy Lopez de Villalobos expedition, which spent eighteen months in Sarangani, Mindanao, Leyte, and Samar in , and circumnavigated both Mindanao and Samar. From the Miguel Lopez de Legazpi expedition which established the Spanish colony, come a detailed sixteen-month journal, separate reports of local products and customs, and a ream of missionary and conquistador correspondence. And from the next century comes Francisco Alcinas unpublished four-volume Historia de las islas e Indios de Bisayas, which is invaluable both for its authors descriptions of material culture and his attempt to reconstruct preHispanic Visayan society by interviewing the oldest residents. Much information can also be gleaned through what I have called cracks in the parchment curtain in an earlier essaychinks, so to speak, through which fleeting glimpses of Filipinos and their reactions to Spanish dominion may be seen.

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Lo and behold when I read this book, it was not a narrative history at all; it was but an ethnography of 16th century Philippines. To make matters worse, everything was from the perspective of the Spaniards!

This made me feel that this book was just like any other book on pre-colonial Philippines: I long for a book which does a survey of narratives of pre-Hispanic Philippine history from various sources; Filipinos were mentioned in the accounts of the Thai, Burmese, Borneans, Chinese, etc.

Why do we not writer narrative histories about the expansion of the Bruneian empire in Kota Seludong present-day Manila or the attempted invasion of Majapahit in the same area?

We, Filipinos, need a book a like this to satiate our thirst for a native identity. Where and when can we find a book like this? Sep 23, Bob Gustafson rated it liked it. Excellent scholarship.

Mediocre presentation. Everything is laid out in an orderly fashion, but it's like reading a dictionary, where the words are arranged by topic rather than alphabetically, definition before the word. Nevertheless, it is the only book that I am aware of on the topic, so that merits three stars. View 1 comment.

Barangay: Sixteenth-Century Philippine Culture and Society

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Readers Also Enjoyed. This made me feel that this book was just like any other book on pre-colonial Philippines: ethnographic accounts masquerading as a prelude to Magellan's landing in I long for a book which does a survey of narratives of pre-Hispanic Philippine history from various sources; Filipinos were mentioned in the accounts of the Thai, Burmese, Borneans, Chinese, etc.

Why do we not writer narrative histories about the expansion of the Bruneian empire in Kota Seludong present-day Manila or the attempted invasion of Majapahit in the same area? We, Filipinos, need a book a like this to satiate our thirst for a native identity. Where and when can we find a book like this? Mediocre presentation.

Everything is laid out in an orderly fashion, but it's like reading a dictionary, where the words are arranged by topic rather than alphabetically, definition before the word. Nevertheless, it is the only book that I am aware of on the topic, so that merits three stars.

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