HISTORY OF FMA

1. Introduction

1.1 What is Filipino Martial Arts?

2. Indigenous Philippines

2.1 Indigenous Datu & Warriors

2.1.1 Datu Lapu Lapu​ & The Battle of Mactan

2.1.2 Princess Paduka Pangian Inchi Jamila

2.1.3 Queen Tuambaloca

2.1.4 Princess Lela Men Chanei
2.1.5 Panglima Fatima 'Babu Balu'

2.2 Indigenous Warfare

2.2.1 War Dance

2.2.2 The Role of Games

2.2.3 Digma

2.2.4 Kota & Moog

2.2.5 Karakaos & Paraos

2.2.6 Armor, Weapons, & Artillery

2.2.7 Batuk

2.2.8 Headhunting

2.3 Srivijayan & Madjapahit Empires

2.4 Indigenous Esoteric Beliefs

2.4.1 Folklore

2.4.2 Spiritual Beliefs & Religion

2.4.3 Myths & Legends

 

3. Colonisation, Occupation, & War

3.1 Spanish Colonisation

3.1.1 Sultan Kudarat

3.1.2 Legazpi

3.1.3 Chinese Battle

3.1.4 Francisco Dagahoy

3.2 British Occupation

3.3 The Philippine Revolution

3.3.1 Jose Rizal & The Katipunan

3.3.2 Andres Bonifacio

3.4 American Occupation

3.4.1 General Antonio Luna

3.4.2 General Gregorio del Pilar

3.4.3 President Emilio Aguinaldo

3.5 Japanese Occupation

3.6. Women of War

3.6.1 Captain Nieves Fernandez

3.6.2 General Agueda Kahabagan

3.6.3 Trinidad Tecson

3.6.4 Captain Macabebe Marie

3.6.5 Simeona Punsalan-Tapang

3.6.6 Marcela Marcelo

3.6.7 Gabrielle Silang

3.6.8 Sultana Tuamba-locam

3.6.9 General Teresa Magbanua 

3.7 Gregorio Hilario del Pilar y Sempio

4. Modern Philippines

4.1 Rebuilding a Nation

4.1.1 Diaspora - America, Hawaii, Other Nations

4.1.2 Modern Esoteric Beliefs & Religion

4.2 Filipino Martial Arts

4.2.1 Kalis Ilustrisimo

4.2.2 Pekiti Tirsia Kali

4.2.3 Balintawak

4.2.4 Doce Pares

4.2.5 Modern Arnis

4.2.6 Abaniko Tres Puntas

4.2.7 Cabala Serrada Escrima

4.2.8 Lapunti Arnis

4.3 Modern Weapons

5. References & Acknowledgements

5.1 Acknowledgements

5.2 Bibliography

5.3 Glossary

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