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METAL OF CIVILIZATION

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Efraim Morales

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F. LANDO JOCANO 450,00-2,000 B.C STONE AGE 800 B.C-500 B.C H. OTLEY BEYER WILHELM G. SOLHIEM II 400 B.C-100 B.C METAL AGE 2,000 B.C. - 1000 A.D 500 B.C-10th CENTURY A.D (INCIPIENT PERIOD) THE METAL OF CIVILIZATION ASIA AND EUROPE STONE AGE BRONZE AGE IRON AGE PALEOLITHIC AGE Espinosa Ranch Site, Cagayan NEOLITHIC AGE ANGONO PETROGLYPHS COPPER AGE Metal copper was treated like a stone Land bridges connected the archipelago to mainland Asia. Prehistoric man survived by hunting and gathering and used tools made from stones. They lived in caves and rock shelters close to the source of water. NEOLITHIC AGE With the rise of the sea level and the disappearance of the land bridges, ancient man adapted to the new environment. He moved out of caves and settled along the coast. He polished stone tools and other implements for working wood, reaping and chopping. He also engaged in pottery-making, fashioned ornaments from stones, shells and bones. The use of metals changed the life of ancient man. He made more efficient tools and fashioned jewelry out of metals. He also engaged in weaving, cultivation of the land, boat-building and made elaborate pottery. Lingling-o in Duyong Cave, Palawan -nanggaling ang mga sinaunang metal sa hilagang parte ng Indochina(Vietnam) at timog Tsina
-base sa pagkukumpara niya sa mga "artifacts" na natagpuan sa Pilipinas at Hong Kong at Dong-son sa Vietman
-dinala sa Pilipinas ang mga natagpuang mga "artifacts" na gawa na -ginamit ang "pottery" sa pagklase ng Panahong Metal sa Pilipinas
-2 bersyon ng teorya sa Panahong Metal nanggaling sa dalawang grupo ng tao sa Vietnam at Tokin at sa Indonesia. 3 STAGES OF FORMATIVE FILIPINO EARLY FORMATIVE FILIPINO 1000 B.C-500 B.C -malaking pagbabago ang nangyari lalo na sa paggamit at paggawa ng mga "bronze artifacts" MIDDLE FORMATIVE FILIPINO 500 B.C-100 B.C LATE FORMATIVE FILIPINO 100 B.C-500 A.D -unang nakakita ng mga "iron artifacts" at "metalworking technology" na dinala ng mga Nusantao traders at seafarers -laganap na sa kapuluan ang mga "iron artifacts" -laganap na sa kapuluan ang paggamit ng metal at nagbigay ng pagbabago sa buhay ng mga sinaunang Pilipino
-tinawag niya itong "incipient" dahil simula ito nagpagtaas ng pagbabago ng kultura
-sa panahon din ito dahil sa paggamit ng metal ay nagkaroon ang mga sinaunang Pilipino ng iisang kultura at politika ROBERT B. FOX 700 B.C-200 B.C -"iron age" sa Pilipinas ay tinawag niyang "Developed Phase of the Metal Age"
-ang Palawan ang pinakaunang lugar na gumamit ng "iron"
-dumepende lamang siya sa mga natagpuan sa Palawan na hindi kinakatawan ang buong kapuluan Bronze Socketed Adzes and Moulds in Palawan, Tawi-Tawi, and Batangas Anthropomorphic Pots in Ayub Cave, Saranggani Province Butuan Boat in Libertad, Butuan City SMALL CHANGE PILONCITOS TLACOS BARRILLA CUARTILLAS
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