Santos: Pampanga, 1571, compared with Sumatra and Java, 1511
THIS is a reprint of the opening portion of my article with that title, which appeared in the Saint Louis University Research Journal in December 1984.
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#1 Aug 28, 2009
I beg to disagree that Kapampangan tribe inhabited a wide area whose boundaries included at least three present-day political provinces: Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, and Bataan.
Nueva Ecija is the biggest of the 7 provinces in Central Luzon while Pampanga today is one of the two smallest province slightly bigger than Bataan province.
Why are Kapampangans have the grand illusion of "royalty" of their tribe and very wild halucinations about how "ancient" is their "tribal" history.
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