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LXI.LXII.Divorce and DowriesLXIII.LXIV.Death of Wife or HusbandLXV.LXVI.Dowry and Arranged MarriageLXVII.LXVIII.Worship of the TagalogsLXIX.No templesSimbahan – Temple or Place ofAdoration.Pandot – or a festival celebratedSibiSorihileNagaanitosLXX.LXXI.IdolsLXXII.BathalaLic-HaDian Masalanta (Patron of Lovers and of Generation)Lacapati and Idianale (Patrons of Cultivated Lands and of Husbandry)TalaSeven Little Goats (the Pleiades)Mapolon (change of seasons)Balatic (greater Bear)BuayaTigmamanuguin – birdNo established division of years, months, and daysCatolonan (officiating priest)Offerings and sacrificesBelief on bearingchildLXXIII.LXXIV.Distinctions among the priests of the DevilLXXV.1. Catalonan2.Manganguay (Witches)3. Manyisalat4. Mancocolam5. Hocloban6. Silagan7. Magtatangal8. Osuang9. Mangagayoma10.Sonat11.Pangatahojan12.BayoguuinLXXVI.Manner of burying the dead of the tagalogsManner of burying dead of the Aetas orNegrillosMacaCasanaanSitanTigbalaangPatianacLXXVII.LXXVIII.Contribution and Relevanceof the document in understandingthe ground narrative of PhilippineHistoryLXXIX.The original work itself is a product ofobservationsandjudgments.Therefore, it is probable that Juan dePlasencia’sworkmightcontainpartialityinpresentinghisobservations and judgments.Pre-conquest society were not sweptby the advent of the Spanish regime.It has continued to serve as a basis forhistorical reconstructions of Tagalogsociety.
LXXX.Relevance of the document in themodern timeLXXXI.Many of the 16thcentury beliefs andpractices are still present today.If affirms that during the pre-Hispanicperiod,Filipinosalreadyhavegovernment as well as a set of beliefsand practices.Some of our preceptions on Filipinobeliefs and practices are somehow ondifferent from Juan de Plasencia’s pointof view.