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The Philippines under Spanish Rule
"The Philippines were ruled by Spain for more than three centuries. Time to test your knowledge."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The Hispanic Period had started in the Philippines in 1500s. Who was the first Governor of the Philippines?
Miguel Lopez de Legazpi
Philip II of Spain
Ruy Lopez de Villalobos
For how many years did Spanish rule last in the Philippines?
(ranges from 300 to 350 years)
Raja Lakandula and Raja Sulayman revolted against Governor Guido de Lavezaris, because of the abuses by the Spaniards. What is the revolt called?
Which one of these Philippine revolts during the Hispanic period lasted longest?
Parang and Upay Revolt
In 1762-1763 the most popular revolt took place in Ilocos. Diego and Gabriela Silang had defended Ilocos from the Spanish authorities. Identify the relationship of the Silangs.
husband and wife
parent and child
brother and sister
they were not related
The Religious Revolt of Hermano Pule had took seventeen months to quell. The root of this revolt came from this kind of order The one, this author described was a ___________________________.
Which of these priests was executed by Governor-General Rafael de Izuquierdo in 1872?
all of them were executed
Jose Apolonio Burgos
Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal is Philippines' national hero because of his large contribution to independence during the 19th century. What was his main weapon against the Spaniards?
Swords and Knives
Jose Rizal and other Illustrados (Spanish for Filipino intellectuals) had established this group of propaganda writers. The name of this progressive society newspaper against Spain was _______________.
(2 words, English translation is also accepted)
July 1892: La Liga Filipina (Spanish for "The Philippine League") was established by Dr. Jose Rizal in Tondo, Manila.
Andres Bonifacio talked personally to Rizal during the later's exile in Dapitan.
Filipinos remembered Dr. Jose Rizal as the patriot of the masses. He was executed by the Spanish authorities in Luneta (Bagumbayan by then), Manila in December 30, 1896. Which of these capital punishments was used to execute him?
The massive raid in the printing press of "Diario de Manila" (Spanish for "The Newspaper of Manila") had alarmed the Katipunan members due to the arrest of their several comrades. After the second general meeting, these men decided to tear up this important document. Which of these was it?
birth or baptismal certificate
all of these
The Tejeros Convention happened in which Philippine province?
The Spanish-American War brought an end to Spanish rule. In May 1898, the Americans, under Commodore George Dewey won "The Battle of ______ ______".
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Compiled Feb 01 13