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What are the burial practices of different tribes in the Philippines?
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There are many groups of people in the Philippines. The indigenous tribal groups include the Batak, Bugkalot, Igorot, Ilongots, Kagayanen, Lumad, Mangyan, Molbog, Negrito,… Aeta, Batak, Mamanwa, Palawan, Tagbanwa, Tau't Bato, and the Tumandok.
Most phillipinos are Christian. And the Majority is Roman Catholic.
thr Filipinos have different kinds of values they are very hospitable to their guests and kind to other people.the filipino children are very respectful to elders especially t…heir parent.they take their hand and hit it gently in their foreheds.they do this everytime they meet an elder or a sign of respecting them....... WHERE FILIPINOS *DID NOT* ORIGINATE FROM This is an easy question, for educated Filipinos and Southeast Asians. But first, let me tell you where Filipinos DID NOT originate from. That is, Indonesia. The old belief was, that the original Filipinos where Malays from Indonesia/Malaysia who reached the Philippine Archipelago. This is but a bogus lie, that was based on an original theory that was never proven. But Filipino schools took it and twisted it into the lie that Malays are the original Filipinos. I just want to puke whenver I see that, that shows how brain-washed Filipinos are these days. Family structure is the way that a household or family is set up. It is different for every family as families may have single parents, may have both parents or may have step parents involved. Their main religion is Roman Catholic, but some other regions practice Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and many other Eastern religions. Some people say it's the only Christian nation in Asia, but that's some-what hard to believe. So, over 80% practice Catholic rites. I hope this helped
Islamic burials are much simpler than traditional burials. You simply bury the person, maybe have an Imam say a few words and bless them. Everyone says under their breath "All…ahu'akbar" which means "God is the greatest." His family might say something, or they might just sit and cry. Its not a very "formal" burial (with lots of people and everyone dressed in black).
Pretty much, the only difference was scale. There is evidence of many, many small pyramids on graves in Egypt (Small = about 2 feet tall) The more money you had, the bigger th…e Pyramid, the more valuable the personal effects, and the more elaborate the ceremony on the occasion of your death. (and the more elaborate the traps for grave robbers)
A Burial is when the casket is lowered into the ground with the body, intact, inside. A Cremation is when the casket and the body are burned into ashes, then give to family/fr…iends. A burial is often much more expensive that a cremation.
According to a census taken in 2000, the religions in the Philippines are as follows: Roman Catholic 80.9%, Muslim 5%, Evangelical 2.8%, Iglesia ni Cristo 2.3%, Aglipayan …2%, Other Christian 4.5%, Other 1.8%, Unspecified 0.6%, None 0.1%.
they burn your body into ashes when you're cremated. In a burial, they bury your corpse in a burial
The principal tribes of the Philippines are; Igorots, Aeta, Manobo, Mandaya, Mangan, Dabawenyo the different tribes in the Philippines are t'boli, tagbanua.isneg…, ibaloi, tausugs and etc.
egyptains always wanted to let their ancestors go into the afterlife so the put valubles into their tombs
Each pre-colonial culture had a different burial and mourning practice, all of which vary widely. Some involve cremation of the body, and others involve interrment of the …body beneath a large burial mound. Some mourning practices involve large dances and celebrations of life, while others are much more sorrowful. The pre-colonial cultures each expressed their sorrow differently, and processed the loss of a life in unique ways.
The ancient Egyptians were really cool, they had an elaborate set of burial customs that they believed were necessary to ensure their immortality after death. These rituals in…cluded mummification, casting of magic spells, and burial with specific grave goods thought to be needed in the afterlife. From the earliest periods of Egyptian history, all Egyptians were buried with at least some burial goods which they thought necessary after death. At a minimum, these usually consisted of everyday objects such as bowls, combs, and other trinkets, along with food. Wealthier Egyptians could afford to be buried with jewellery, furniture, and other valuables, which made them targets of tomb robbers. is when you tie a pharoah in toilet paper and put him in a tumb with ruby's and poems also blessing's
The is a very rich history of Irraya tribe of the Philippines. They are usually found in the Ifugao region. In the early days they mingles with other tribes who occupied v…alleys like Ilocanos and Ibanags.
F. Ratzel in the History of Mankind, published in the late 1800s said that centres of undisguised cannibalism existed in places so far apart as New Zealand the Marquesas, the …Palliser Islands, and the Paumotus. The Hawaiian and Tahitian groups, the Society Islands, and, for a period, Tonga, were free from it during the time of the more frequent visits of Europeans towards the end of the last century. But throughout Polynesia there were both objects and legends in which traces survive of a time when it extended more widely.
Phoenicians mainly practiced cremation, a minority using inhumation. This shifted in the early 5th Century BCE to favouring inhumation.