• Region 9
    Kalibugan in both northern and southern parts of the Zamboanga peninsula. To date, three Subanon epics have been recorded and published: The Guman of Dumalinao, the Ag Tobig nog Keboklagan (The Kingdom of Keboklagan), and Keg Sumba neg Sandayo (The Tale of Sandayo). All performed during the...
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  • Arts in the Moro Region
    lawanen (abduction of lawanen) - this is an episode of Darangen. The story is all around the search of Prince Mabaning, one of the characters, to his princess. * Ag Tobig Nog Keboklagan- of Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte is a saga about the life and exploits of...
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  • A Little About Me Essay
    their communities. Examples of these epics are the Lam-ang (Ilocano); Hinilawod (Sulod); Kudaman (Palawan); Darangen (Maranao); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli)....
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli).   The Spanish Colonial Tradition        While it is true that Spain subjugated the Philippines for more mundane reasons, this former European power contributed much in the shaping and recording of...
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  • Literature
    Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli).    Iba't ibang Sawikain AHAS - taksil; traydor Halimbawa: Sa kabila ng mga kabutihan niya sa kanyang pamangkin, si Gavina ay isa palang ahas. ANAK-DALITA - Mahirap Halimbawa: Magsikap kang magaral kahit...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    these epics are the Lam-ang (Ilocano); Hinilawod (Sulod); Kudaman (Palawan); Darangen (Maranao); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli). Colonial Literature...
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  • Echosei's Channel
    ); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli).   The Spanish Colonial Tradition        While it is true that Spain subjugated the Philippines for more mundane reasons...
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  • Understanding Literature
    Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli). The Spanish Colonial Tradition        While it is true that Spain subjugated the Philippines for more mundane reasons, this former European power contributed much in the shaping and recording of our literature.   Religion and...
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  • Philippine Literature
    these epics are the Lam-ang (Ilocano); Hinilawod (Sulod); Kudaman (Palawan); Darangen (Maranao); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli). b) Philippine...
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  • Philippine Literature
    . Examples of these epics are the Lam-ang (Ilocano); Hinilawod (Sulod); Kudaman (Palawan); Darangen (Maranao); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli). The...
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  • Philippine Literature
    ); Kudaman (Palawan); Darangen (Maranao); Ulahingan (Livunganen-Arumanen Manobo); Mangovayt Buhong na Langit (The Maiden of the Buhong Sky from Tuwaang--Manobo); Ag Tobig neg Keboklagan (Subanon); and Tudbulol (T'boli). The Spanish Colonial Tradition While it is true that Spain...
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  • Ethno Linguistic Group
    what are now North Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and Maguindanao Provinces. Cultural communities within this region also include the Tituray, T'boli and the Manobos.              2. Maranao Maranao means "people of the lake." Their homeland is called Lanao or "lake." Their oldest settlement started...
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  • Magindanaw
    Darangen Epic of the Maranao people of Lake Lanao was selected by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Cuisine Exquisite Maranao cuisine and hospitality are palpable.[10] They are known of having a spicy taste in their foods. A condiment made of traditionally...
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  • Places in Philippines
    Panguil Bay. The original inhabitants of the Zamboanga peninsula were the Subanons, who settled along the riverbanks. The next group of settlers to arrive were Muslim migrants from the neighboring provinces. The Maguindanaoans and Kalibugans were farmers; the Tausugs, Samals, and Badjaos were...
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  • History
    – mined in different regions include Mindanao,Cebu, Polilio Island Oil – black gold is mined in Palawan Mankayan – oldest and best copper mines of the country exist Iron deposits – found in Surigao Masinloc, Zambales – biggest deposit of high-grade chromite Phil. Deep – one of the deepest parts of...
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  • Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash
    bride for safekeeping.Singkil(seehng-KEEHL)  MIDI File (singkil.mid)  This dance takes its name from the bells worn on the ankles of the Muslim princess. Perhaps one of the oldest of truly Filipino dances, the Singkil recounts the epic legend of the "Darangan" of the Maranao people of Mindanao. This...
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  • Reaction Paper
     island of Mindanao. They are famous for their artwork, sophisticated weaving, wood and metal crafts, and their epic literature. The word Maranao, also spelled Maranaw is a misnomer as it does not have a sense in reference to nouns such as people, place or thing. The prefix MA- means 'to be', i.e...
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  • Soya Milk Production
    Christian settlements and Spanish garrisons, added greatly to their fear forcing them to the interior. The few shoreline settlements of the Subanon were also subjected to attacks by the Moro raiders. One example is the shoreline settlement of Lobongan that is now known as Katipunan in Zamboanga del Norte...
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  • Regioon 6 - 10
    | 450,500 | * Cebuano * Waray | * | | Region IX:Zamboanga Peninsula | Zamboanga Del Norte | Dipolog City | 7,301.0 | 1,019,188 | * Subanon * Cebuano * Tausug * Chavacano * Zamboangeño | * Subanon * Chavacano | | | Zamboanga Del Sur | Pagadian City | 5,914.2 | 1,773,128...
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  • Subanon Folk Literature
    , which means “river,” and the suffix “-nun” or “-non” which indicates a locality or place of origin. Thus, “Subanon” means “a person or people of the river”; more specifically, “from up the river,” since they are usually differentiated from the coastal and plain inhabitants of Zamboanga Peninsula...
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