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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The 5th century Sri-Vishayan Empire produced skilled warriors, seamen and farmers. Cultural Achievements of the Philippines Before Getting Cultural Achievements of the Philippines Before Getting COLONIZED. COLONIZED. Agriculture Agriculture Luzon Visayas Good agriculturists Good agriculturists Miguel Lpez de Legazpi noted of the great abundance of rice, fowls & deer. Miguel López de Legazpi noted of the great abundance of rice, fowls & deer. Wine Wine Great numbers of carabaos & wild boars Great numbers of carabaos & wild boars Art of War Art of War Many historians believe the Visayas got its name from the empire itself. During the 12th Century, the Majapit Empire took over the archipelago and were instrumental in spreading the Muslim religion in the Philippines. They became the Moro Filipinos who are known to be fierce warriors. Those who settled in the southern part have never been conquered. High quality metal casting, artillery, and other metal works had been traditions throughout the ancient Philippines. Education and Writing Education and Writing has great quantities of cotton and colored clothes, wax, honey and date palms produced by the natives. Early Filipinos devised and used their own system of writings from 300 BC. Baybayin became the most widespread by the 11th century. There were irrigation systems, dams, hydraulic works and the famous Banaue Rice Terraces. has rice, cotton, swine, fowls, wax and honey abound. Leyte produced two rice crops a year. Pedro Chirino said there's great rice cotton harvests that were sufficient to feed and cloth the people. Early chroniclers during the first Spanish expeditions, noted the proficiency in Sanskrit, Old Javanese, Old Malay,and several other languages among natives. Maritime Culture &Aquaculture Maritime Culture &Aquaculture Early Filipinos are descendants of the balangay-borne Austronesian migrants and known for their navigational skills. Some of them used similar compass used by the maritime traders of Borneo and China. They were engaged in long-range trading with their Asian neighbors as far as west as Maldives and as far as north as Japan. They enjoyed extensive trade contacts with other cultures. Indians, Japanese, Arabs, Vietnamese, Cambodians, Thais, Malays and Indonesians as traders or immigrants. Mining and Jewelry Making Mining and Jewelry Making Mining in the Philippines began around 1000 BC. Mining in the Philippines began around 1000 BC. In Laszlo Legeza's "Tantric elements in PreHispanic Philippines Gold Art", he mentioned that gold jewelry of Philippine origin was found in Ancient Egypt. In Laszlo Legeza's "Tantric elements in Pre-Hispanic Philippines Gold Art", he mentioned that gold jewelry of Philippine origin was found in Ancient Egypt. According to Antonio Pigafetta, the people of Mindoro possessed great skill in mixing gold with other metals and gave it a natural and perfect appearance that could deceive even the best of silversmiths According to Antonio Pigafetta, the people of Mindoro possessed great skill in mixing gold with other metals and gave it a natural and perfect appearance that could deceive even the best of silversmiths Some outstanding examples of Philippine jewelry included necklaces, belts, armlets and rings placed around the waist. Some outstanding examples of Philippine jewelry included necklaces, belts, armlets and rings placed around the waist. Pottery Pottery Japanese texts mentioned trading expeditions to the island of Rusun (Luzon) for the highly prized Rusun and Namban jars occurred. Japanese texts mentioned trading expeditions to the island of Rusun (Luzon) for the highly prized Rusun and Namban jars occurred. The Tokiko, for example, calls the Rusun and Namban jars, Rusun tsukuru or Lusung ch'i (in Chinese), which means simply "made in Luzon. The Tokiko, for example, calls the Rusun and Namban jars, Ru-sun tsukuru or Lu-sung ch'i (in Chinese), which means simply "made in Luzon. These Rusun jars, which had rokuru (wheel mark), were said to be more precious than gold because of its ability to act as tea canisters and enhance the fermentation process. These Rusun jars, which had rokuru (wheel mark), were said to be more precious than gold because of its ability to act as tea canisters and enhance the fermentation process. www.tribubisaya.com Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_achievements_of_pre-colonial_Philippines http://web.archive.org/web/20071201054321/http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Temple/9845/tech.htm http://bloodsport.com/wrapper.php?file=article_fma.html 2014 TribuBisaya.com
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