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Copy of Maragtas Epic Story
Transcript of Copy of Maragtas Epic Story
History of Maragtas
The Maragtas is a work by Pedro
Alcantara Monteclaro titled (in English translation) History of Panay from the first inhabitants and the Bornean immigrants from which are descended to the arrival of the Spaniards.
The work is in mixed Hiligaynon
and Kinaray-languages in Iloilo in 1907. It is an original work based on written and oral sources available to the author.
- Sultan Makatunao
- Haring Marikudo
3. Datu Puti
4. Datu Bangkaya
5. Datu Dumangsol
" what you give is what you get "
- an island belonging to Western Visayas (Region VI ) in central Philippines. it is devided into 4 provinces namely Aklan, Antique, Capiz and Iloilo.
TheMaragtasChronicles of Panayis a history of rulers of the island from the time of the Ten MalayDatus (rulers) that settled fromBorneo.The "Legend of the Ten Datus (chieftains)" narrates about the forefathers of the Filipinos and the story of ten Bornean chieftains who escaped the cruel regime of Sultan Makatunaw. Datu Puti along with other nine chieftains plans to leave Borneo. Riding their native boats, they ventured intothe night and across the wide ocean. At first, the ten rulers and their families were afraid that they might perishin the middle of the sea. Soon, they have reached the islands of Panay and befriended with the natives calledAetas. The Aetas are quite friendly and decides to sell a piece of their land to the ten chieftains. The chieftainsgave the Aetas leader, Marikudo a golden Salakot (Native head piece) After this; the chieftains and Aetas livedin peace and harmony.