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PRE-COLONIAL ART AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN CULTURES

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Transcript of PRE-COLONIAL ART AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN CULTURES

in The Philippines
Potteries
Pottery
Chapter VI - Part I
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
I: PRE-COLONIAL ART AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN CULTURES
Pre Colonial Period in the Philippines
Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up potterywares, of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares are made is also called a pottery (plural "potteries"). Pottery also refers to the art or craft of a potter or the manufacture of pottery.

Some of that gold craftmanship we have evidence of today especially in one artifact found which is a threaded sash made out of gold as well as some belts that we have.

Workers digging a drainage canal in Iloilo City’s business district have found artifacts which historians believe may offer fresh insights into the locality’s rich heritage.

The anthropomorphic jars of Maitum
the Philippine National Museum team who travelled to Mindanao (Southern Philippines) last week to investigate a new cave site containing prehistoric finds. The site, designated Sagel Cave, has since been declared an archaeological site.

Dr Eusebio Dizon, head of a National Museum archaeological team, confirms Thursday, September 11, 2008 the authenticity of artifacts found in Sarangani.
Kitchen utensils included an 18th century waffle iron, wafer iron, toaster, sugar nippers, redware pipkin, bottle jack, mustard pot, horn spoon
Utensils
Utensils
Some of the artifacts on display in the Casa Rocha-Suarez in Tagbilaran City.


Our ancestors—far from being the archetypal spear-carrying,bahag-wearing tribesmen we picture them to be—were very proficient in the art of war. Aside from wielding swords and spears, they also knew how to make and fire guns and cannons.
Weapons
Weapons
In the Philippines
A lantaka (rentaka in Malay), a type of bronze cannon mounted on merchant vessels travelling the waterways of the Malay Archipelago. Its use was greatest in precolonial Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia.


It appears to be a nephrite stone mallet bound with rawhide onto a handle of reindeer or caribou leg bone.

Archaic Stone Tools on Eastern Woodland Arrow Replicas



Through migration and trade during the Pre-colonial Period, there was a lively cultural interchange between the Philippines and other Asian countries. Pottery, weapons, and utensils reached our country from other places and cultural items from here were brought to nearby lands.
The presence of articrafts in pre-hispanic archeological sites and the dates to which they are traced help reveal their origin in time and place
In The Philippines
Humanities
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