Barangay: Sixteenth-century Philippine Culture and Society
Barangay presents a sixteenth-century Philippine ethnography. Part One describes Visayan culture in eight chapters on physical appearance, food and farming, trades and commerce, religion, literature and entertainment, natural science, social organization, and warfare. Part Two surveys the rest of the archipelago from south to north.
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TAGALOG CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
TAGALOG SOCIETY AND RELIGION
Pampanga Culture Pampanga Law Lawsuits Pangasinan Culture
Notes 277 Bibliographical Essay
Bibliography 288 Index
WEAPONS AND WAR
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