Ancient Philippine Civilization

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Ancient Philippine Civilization | Period | | Governmental System | | State Religion | | | | | | 250,000 - 323 BC | | Unrecorded
Dawn Man (cousin to the Java Man or Peking Man) 250,000BC-15,000BC
Protophilippinus 15,000 BC
Pigmy Negroid, Negritos, Aetas, Atis 15,000-3000 BC
Pacific Armenoids 3000-1000 BC | | | | | Semitico-Phoenicians 621 BC | | Sabaeanism | | | Malay-Armenoids 621 BC-1276 AD | | | 356 - 100 BC | | Alexander the Great-Helenico-Armenia Empire
Armeno-Medan-Persian-Aryan Pacific Armenoids 326-100 BC | |
Sabaeanism | 100 BC - 638 AD | | Pallavas (Pallahvi)-Indo-Persian Empire | | Zoroasterianism | 638 - 1372 AD | | Sri-Vishayas (Palembang)-Indo-Malayan Empire
Eskayas (Mabansagon ug Hamiling mga
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Owning Land in the Philippines
Former natural-born Filipinos can own property in the Philippines, subject to limitations prescribed by Philippine Republic Act 8179 (residential property up to 1000 square meters of urban land or one hectare of rural land) and Batas Pambansa 185 (business property 5000 square meters of urban land or three hectares of rural land).
Philippines real estate law does not allow outright ownership of real property by foreign nationals. Filipinos and former Filipino citizens and Philippine majority owned corporations are permitted to own land, buildings, condominiums and townhouses.
Foreign nationals may buy condominiums units in Philippine condos (shares in condominium corporations) as long as not more than 40% of the units in a