Who is Antonio Pigafetta in Philippine history?

Antonio Pigafetta was an Italian scholar and explorer. He joined the expedition to the Spice Islands led by explorer Ferdinand Magellan under the flag of the emperor Charles V and after Magellan’s death in the Philippine Islands, the subsequent voyage around the world.

Who is the first person in the Philippines?

Spanish Control: Ferdinand Magellan was the first European recorded to have landed in the Philippines*. He arrived in March 1521 during his circumnavigation of the globe.

How did pigafetta describe the Philippines when they arrived what are his observations?

Apart from historical events, Pigafetta jotted down his observations about even the mundane details of the lives of early Filipinos. He devotes paragraphs to describing Filipinos’ many uses of the coconut – a source of liquor (“uraca”), oil, vinegar, bread, and milk.

What are the 3G’s in the Philippine history?

The 3G: God, Gold, & Glory Tour is our basic tour program and takes 3 hours to complete. It covers the basics of Philippine history and culture, particularly the foundation of the Philippines as a colony through Spain’s conquest of our islands.

Who is the father of the Philippine photography?

Eduardo Masferré
Eduardo Masferré was a Filipino-Catalan photographer who made important documentary reports about the lifestyle of native people in the region of the Cordillera in the Philippines at the middle of 20th century. He is regarded as the Father of Philippine photography.

What is the origin of Dawnmen?

The Dawnmen resembled Java Man, Peking Man, and other Asian Home sapiens who existed about 250,000 years ago. They did not have any knowledge of agriculture, and lived by hunting and fishing. It was precisely in search of food that they came to the Philippines by way of the land bridges that connected the Philippines and Indonesia.

Who are the first people in the Philippines?

The aboriginal pygmy group, the Negritos, who arrived between 25,000 and 30,000 years ago. The seafaring tool-using “Indonesian” group who arrived about 5,000 to 6,000 years ago and were the first immigrants to reach the Philippines by sea.

What is the first hominin in the Philippines?

Callao Man (c. 67,000 years ago) The earliest known hominin remains in the Philippines is the fossil discovered in 2007 in the Callao Caves in Cagayan. The 67,000-year-old find predates the 47,000-year-old Tabon Man, which was until then the earliest known set of human remains in the archipelago.

What is the history of Palawan and Mindanao?

About 30,000 years ago, they crossed the land bridged from Malaya, Borneo, and Australia until they reached Palawan, Mindoro and Mindanao. They were pygmies who went around practically naked and were good at hunting, fishing and food gathering.