• Region 9
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/38744323/Subanon-Tales-and-Oral-History The Subanon, also called “Subanu,” “Subano,” “Subanen,” are the biggest group of lumad or non-Muslim indigenous cultural community on the island of Mindanao. The word is derived from the word soba or suba, a word common in Sulu...
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  • Arts in the Moro Region
    motif. The Sarimanok has been transformed into a symbol power, wealth, and rank. Muslim Literature: * Darangen- a popular epic sometimes called the story of Bantogen. The epic tells the adventure of the characters aboard swift boats in search of rich booty and slaves from the lands...
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  • A Little About Me Essay
    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims. The folk narratives, i.e. epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They explain how the world was created, how certain animals possess certain characteristics, why some...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e. epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They explain how the world was created, how certain animals possess certain characteristics, why some...
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  • Literature
    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e. epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They explain how the world was created, how certain animals possess certain characteristics, why some...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    rowing song), the mambayu, a Kalinga rice-pounding song, and the verbal jousts/games like the duplo popular during wakes. The folk narratives, such as epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They were created to explain the phenomena of the world long before science came to be known. They explain...
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  • Echosei's Channel
    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e. epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They explain how the world was created, how certain animals possess certain characteristics, why some...
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  • Philippine Literature
    include this definition in his dictionary, however); that of "body of writings from a period or people" is first recorded 1812. b) Types: * An epic is a lengthy narrative poem, ordinarily concerning a serious subject containing details of heroic deeds and events significant to a culture or nation...
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  • Understanding Literature
    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e. epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They explain how the world was created, how certain animals possess certain characteristics, why some...
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  • Philippine Literature
    mambayu, a Kalinga rice-pounding song, and the verbal jousts/games like the duplo popular during wakes. The folk narratives, such as epics and folk tales are varied, exotic and magical. They were created to explain the phenomena of the world long before science came to be known. They explain...
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  • Magindanaw
    Kulintang is shown for Music Heritage Biyula is another Instrument for the Maranao people to use, Biyula is a string instrument. In 2005, the 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...
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  • Ethno Linguistic Group
    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 around here, and up to this day, highly populated communities still dot the lake. Their language is similar to Maguindanaon and...
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  • Places in Philippines
    ostrich, birds and rare species of plants and orchids can be found here. INA POON BATO – As Aetas referred it as “Apo Apang.” It is regarded as the oldest image of our blessed mother which has brought about a combined undeniable proof that with this image, the Filipino people has powerful and beloved...
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  • Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash
    the malong, a tubular cloth), but the aggressive males follow them wherever they go. Dumadel (dooh-mah-DEHL) A festival dance performed by the Subanons to celebrate a good harvest. Dugso (DOOHG-soh) The Bukidnon from northeastern Mindanao perform this dance as an entertainment for the deities,...
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  • Philippine Literature
    As evidence of the high level of pre-Hispanic culture, native literature is illustrated by the Ilocano (language spoken in Northern Luzon) ballad-epic narrating the life and bravery of Lam-ang in his conquest of the various indigenous groups in the main island of Luzon. Education, of an informal type...
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  • Reaction Paper
    predominantlyMuslim region in the Philippines 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...
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  • Soya Milk Production
    to Mindanao of the Spaniards in the 16th century, the Subanon were pushed farther in to the forests to join their fellowmen who had already settled in it. The Spanish occupation of several places along the coast of Mindanao Island, made the Subanon feel safe in their forest sanctuaries. The Christianized...
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  • History
    industry of the Filipinos Carbon – 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...
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  • Regioon 6 - 10
    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 | * Subanon * Cebuano * Tausug * Chavacano...
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  • Subanon Folk Literature
    SUBANON (The People of the River) The Subanon, also called the “Subanu,” “Subano,” “Subanen” are the biggest group of lumad or non Muslim indigenous cultural community on the island of Mindanao. The word is derived from word soba or suba, a word common in Sulu, Visayas, and Mindanao, which...
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