The philippine government during the spanish colonial period 0 during the spanish colonization in the philippines , the government was composed of two branches, the executive and the judicial. Transcript of filipinos during the pre-spanish period long before the arrival of the spaniards, ancient filipinos were living in scattered barangays and ruled by different chieftains although, they were living separately, they were similar in many ways: their religion, mode of dressing, houses, system of government and marriage practices and. The philippine legislature from spanish roots pre- spanish roots pre-spanish philippines was composed of barangay societies scattered throughout the archipelago these villages were located along the seashores or along riverbanks, close to the resources of food supply. During the arrival of the spanish, the ruler of the island was king kihod, as recorded by de legazpi's chronicles out of natural hospitality, the spaniards were greeted by king kihod, who presented himself with the words 'si kihod' (i am kihod.
The philippine economy during the spanish colonial period ferdinand magellan was the first european recorded to have landed in the philippines he arrived in march 1521 during his circumnavigation of the globe. Established in 1785 for the promotion of direct trade between spain and the philippines encouraged the growth of cash crop economy since early profits of the company was invested in the cultivation of sugar, indigo, peppers, silk, and textile factories. The first filipino novel was ninay, written in spanish by pedro paterno, a philippine-bornilustrado (medina p 93) following the sentimental style of his first book sampaguitas (a collection of poems in spanish), the novel endeavored to highlight the endearingly unique qualities of filipinos.
Before the spanish colonization, weaving and jewelry making were already a part of the filipino culture they are fond of making intricate designs using piña and abaca ornaments are also worn both by men and women which are mostly made from peals, precious metals and gold. This is a summary of the political aspect of the philippines during the spanish colonization period the entries in this summary was taken from history of the filipino people by teodoro agoncillo the reference book was published on 1960. The philippines during the american period prepared by: marilyn b balabag american colonization of the philippines the spanish-american war which started in cuba, changed the history of the philippines. Educational system during spanish period the educational system of the philippines during the spanish times was formal the religious congregations paved the way in establishing schools from the primary level to the tertiary level of education. Money circulating in philippines during pre spanish period what was the education in the philippines during pre-spanish period economic condition of the philippines during 19th century or during spanish periodplzzzzzzzzz help me=.
While filipinos nowadays are fairly knowledgeable of the spanish, american, and japanese eras, the same cannot be said when it comes to the pre-colonial philippines which is a shame actually, because even before the coming of the three foreign races, our ancestors were pretty much living in a. The spanish period spanish colonial motives were not, however, strictly commercial the spanish at first viewed the philippines as a stepping-stone to the riches of the east indies (spice islands), but, even after the portuguese and dutch had foreclosed that possibility, the spanish still maintained their presence in the archipelago. Pre spanish period in the philippines 1 kate s magpoc 2 long before the arrival of the spaniards, ancientfilipinos were living in scattered barangays and ruledby different chieftains although, they were livingseparately, they were similar in many ways, theirreligion, mode of dressing, houses, system ofgovernment and marriage practices and economicactivities, in short, they wee refined and. Downloadable few studies have analyzed the philippine economic experience during the japanese occupation although such studies are in the nature of history and commentaries, they have not focused on the economic analysis of the war experience.
College was equivalent to a university during the spanish regime the student graduated with the degree in bachelor of arts (bachiller en artes) the first college school for the boys was the colegio de san ignacio which was established by the jesuits in manila in 1589. The philippines takes its name from philip ii, who was king of spain during the spanish colonization of the islands in the 16th century because it was under spanish rule for 333 years and under us tutelage for a further 48 years, the philippines has many cultural affinities with the west. Philippine economy during the pre spanish times city, pangasinan topic: philippine education during the pre- spanish and spanish period discussant: maria cristina v antonio subject: socio anthropology foundations of education professor: dr corazon mipalar philippine education during the pre- spanish period education in the philippines evolved from early settlers to the present. Before the coming of spanish colonizers, the people of the philippine archipelago had already attained a semicommunal and semislave social system in many parts and also a feudal system in certain parts, especially in mindanao and sulu, where such a feudal faith as islam had already taken roots the.
During most of the colonial period, the philippine economy depended on the galleon trade which was inaugurated in 1565 between manila and acapulco, mexico trade between spain and the philippines was via the pacific ocean to mexico ( manila to acapulco ), and then across the caribbean sea and atlantic ocean to spain ( veracruz to cádiz . Pre-spanish period the philippines is the only country in southeast asia that was subjected to western colonization before it had the opportunity to develop either a centralized government ruling over a large territory or a dominant culture.
Philippine economy under the spanish occuption 2 on april 27, 1565, spanish troops numbering a mere 500 soldiers invaded the archipelago and attacked the defiant tupas, son of humabon, and tupas was made to sign an agreement after his defeat and effectively placing the philippines under spain. In general, the spiritual and economic leadership in many pre-colonial filipino ethnic groups was provided by women, as opposed to the political and military leadership according to men spanish occupiers during the 16th century arrived in the philippines noting about warrior priestesses leading tribal spiritual affairs. Introduction miguel lópez de legazpi's (b 1502-d 1572) conquest of manila in 1571 ushered in a 327-year epoch of castilian rule in the philippine islands, but his actions also created unintended historical by-products that made the undertaking dissimilar to any other colony in the spanish empire.