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Sort By: Home Pinoy Reads. Derain Winner of the highest awards for the novel in Filipino with illustrations by the author. A fanciful, magical story that draws heavily from Filipino folklore and uses the techniques of parody and "the surreal" to comment on Filipino culture.

Read more 1. Angelica's Daughters A Dugtungan Novel by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard and 2 more A "dugtungan" collaborative novel by five established Filipina writers, this is a story about Filipinas with different backgrounds who investigate the history of a common ancestor and along the way deal with their own lack of wisdom and love.

Read more 3. Banyaga A Song of War by Charlson Ong This novel spans nearly a century of Filipino history as it recounts the life, times, and fortunes of three immigrants--from the s and the Commonwealth and the War to the new Millennium--who like other foreigners were deemed to have no place in the Filipino imagined community.

Dayrit and 1 more This book provides the health-care professional and knowledgeable layman a firm scientific understanding of the differences between coconut oil and other dietary fats. It tells the true story of coconut oil, its numerous health benefits, and why it has been maligned all these years. The Spanish conquistador Miguel de Loarca described the preparations and the undertaking of such raids in his book Relacion de las Yslas Filipinas Sri Lumay was noted for his strict policies in defending against Moro raiders and slavers from Mindanao.

His use of scorched earth tactics to repel invaders gave rise to the name Kang Sri Lumayng Sugbo literally "that of Sri Lumay's great fire" to the town, which was later shortened to Sugbo "scorched earth".

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Infantry[ edit ] A sets of Arquebuse guns. The Moros later adopted European armour and firearms during their wars with Spain and rebellion Embadir , like this of an 18th or 19th century brass morion helmet.

In some parts of the Philippines, armor was made from diverse materials such as cordage , bamboo, tree bark, sharkskin, and water buffalo hide to deflect piercing blows by cutlasses or spear points. Visayan chainmail and cuirasses were called barote: quilted or corded body armor. Spaniards called these "escaupiles", after the cotton-padded exemplars they found in the New World.

Burlap was worn against the body under the barote; the body armor itself extended to the elbow and knee with an ankle-length variety with sleeves for manning defenses, although for greater agility confident warriors preferred to go without them. Sharkskin was used effectively for helmets or "moriones". Shields were important defensive weapons in all lowland societies of the Philippines.

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Visayan shields, kalasag, were made of light, fibrous wood designed to enmesh any spear or dagger that penetrated its surface and to prevent their retrieval by the enemy.Tekst, hvad du vil. Google Scholar Lauby, J. Choose Store. Google Scholar Parrenas, R. Continue shopping. These shields were generally 0.

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