101 Amazing Rolling Stones Facts by Jack Goldstein, Frankie Taylor

By Jack Goldstein, Frankie Taylor

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Even at the dawn of the seventeenth century, the empire was thought to be without limits. However, this sort of triumphalism obscured—probably intentionally—the reality of the struggles faced and deprivations endured during the course of events that led to the eventual foundation of Spain’s colony in the Philippines. Imperial Enterprises and Economic Establishment The voyages of Fernão de Magalhães (Ferdinand Magellan, 1480–1521) and then of Ruy López de Villalobos (1500–1544)—who in 1543 named the islands “Felipinas” in honor of the future Felipe II (1527–98)—forged the first links in a chain of events that led ultimately to the arrival of the conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi (1502–72) in 1565.

The musical traditions that were associated with ecclesiastical institutions came to play a significant role in metropolitan life, as we will see in subsequent chapters. 23 Many early modern historians and travel writers commented on the splendor of Manila’s edifices. 25 This gives a three-dimensional view of the edifices of Intramuros and also a glimpse of the surrounding suburbs (arrabales) of Extramuros. It illustrates daily life in the city at the time—we can even see a procession in progress in the plaza mayor—and contains a remarkable level of detail in the depiction of the major structures.

The majority of precolonial Filipino societies had a tripartite class structure, one with which early modern Europeans could easily identify and empathize: nobility, their free supporters, and serfs. 33 The datu was recognized as the head of each barangay, and was named cabeza de barangay. 35 The Spaniards gave the label principalía to the cabezas de barangay and their families, and in circumstances similar to the treatment of Aztec and Inca nobilities in the New World, this indigenous aristocracy was free from having to pay tribute or perform service to the colonial overlords.

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