Philippine Revolts

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NAME OF REVOLT | LEADER | YEARS | LOCATION | CAUSES | RESULT | Dayami Revolt | Dayahi | 1567 | Island of Mactan | | | Lakandula and Sulayman Revolt | Lakandula and Rajah Sulayman | 1574 | Manila | This Revolt was caused by losing Sulayman and Lakandula's kingdom when they were persuaded by Adelantado Legazpi to accept Spanish sovereignty on the promise that their people would be well-treated by the Spaniards.This was a revolt for personal reason. When Gov. Gen. Laezaris replaced Legaspi, he revoked their exemptions from paying tribute and confiscated their lands. Father Marin convinced Lakandula and Sulayman to abort the revolt and promised to grant their privileges. But this act of Spaniards was motivated by the presence of Limahong …show more content…
| Bancao Revolt | Bancao | 1621-1622 | Carigara | Bancao had warmly received Miguel López de Legazpi as his guest, when he first arrived in the Philippines in 1565. Although baptized as a Christian in his youth, he abandoned his faith in later years. With a babaylan, or religious leader named Pagali, he built a temple for a diwata or local goddess, and pressed six towns to rise up in revolt. | Governor-General Alonso Fajardo de Entenza sent the alcalde mayor of Cebu, Juan de Alcarazo, with Spanish and Filipino colonial troops, to suppress the rebellion. Bancao's severed head was impaled on a bamboo stake and displayed to the public as a stern warning. One of his sons was also beheaded, and one of the babaylans was burned at the stake. Three other followers were executed by firing squad. Other historical sources/accounts reports The Bancao Revolt as the first recorded uprising against foreign colonization. The (1621–1622) dates may be inaccurate. Carigara was evangelized only a decade after Magellan landed in Limasawa in 1521. The uprising may well have taken place towards the end of 16th century. | Itneg Revolt | Miguel Lanab and Alababan | 1625-1627 | Cagayan | Father Alonzo Garcia and Brother Onofre Palao were sent by the Spanish colonial government to convert the Itneg people to Christianity. But some Itneg people against it, so Miguel Lanab and Alababan murdered, beheaded and mutilated the two Dominican missionaries. Afterwards, they

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