Ang paksa ng mga epiko ay mga kabayanihan ng pangunahing tauhan sa kanyang paglalakbay at pakikidigma. Hudhud hi Aliguyon Introduksyon:
The hero Baltog, who came from Botavora of the brave clan of Lipod, came to this land when many monsters were still roaming in its very dark forests. He decideed to stay and was the first to cultivate its field and to plant them with gabi. Then one night, a monstrous, wild boar known as Tandayag saw these field and destroyed the crops.
Upon knowing this, Baltog decided to look for this boar with all his courage and patience. At last, as soon as he saw it, he fearlessly wrestled with it, with all his might. He was strong and brave. Though the Tandayag had very long fangs, he was able to pin down the monstrous, wild boar and break apart its very big jawbones.
With this, Tandayag fell and died. Then, he hung it Epiko ni ibalon a talisay tree in front of his house.
Upon learning of the victory of their Chief Baltog, the people prepared a feast and celebrated. The very big jawbones of the dead boar became an attraction for everyone.
Thus, came the tribes of Panikwason and Asog to marvel at it. The second hero who came to the land of Ibalong was Handyong.
Together with his men, he had to fight thousands of battles, and face many dangers to defeat the monsters. As warriors, they first fought the one-eyed monster with three necks in the land of Ponong. For ten months, they fought without rest.
And they never stopped fighting until all these monsters were killed. Handyong and his men made their next attack against the giant flying sharks called Triburon which had hardy flesh and sawlike teeth that could crush rocks. They continued fighting until the defeat of the last Triburon.
They tamed the wild carabaos. They even drove away the giant and very fierce Sarimao which had very sharp fingernails. And using their spears and arrows, they killed all the crocodiles which were as big as boats.
With all these killings, the rivers and swamps of Ibalong turned red with blood. It was at this time that the savage monkeys became frightened and hid themselves. Among the enemies of Handyong and his men, the serpent Oryol was the hardest to kill. Having a beautiful voice, Oryol could change its image to deceive its enemies.
To capture it, Handyong tried different ways. But Oryol escaped every one of it and disappeared. So, alone and unafraid, Handyong decided to look for Oryol in the heart of the forest.
He followed the beautiful voice and was almost enchanted by it in his pursiut. Then, the serpent helped the hero to conquer the monsters, thus restoring peace to the entire Ibalong. In one of the areas of Ibalong called Ligmanan, Handyong built a town. Under his leadership and his laws, slaves and masters were treated equally.
The people planted rice and because of their high regard of him, they named this rice after him.Ang panahong kung kailan nalikha ang isang epiko ay masasalamin lámang mga pangyayaring isinalaysay ng epiko.
Maraming epiko ang nagpasalin-salin sa bibig ng ating mga ninuno sa bawat pangkat o rehiyong kanilang kinabibilangn bagama’t ilan lámang sa mga epikong ito ang nakilala at lumaganap sa bansa dahil sa kakulangan ng sapat na talâ.
Sep 09, · Produktong gawain ng pangkat Kutsinta ng 10 - Banaba (Bulihan National High School).
Jul 13, · Epiko ni Bidasari Filipino 7 Joanna Alas. Loading Unsubscribe from Joanna Alas? Epiko ng Ibalon (BuwanNgWika’18) - Duration: ELIJAH REYES views. Ang epiko’y isang may kahabaang salaysay ng kabayanihan na kadalasa’y may uring angat sa kalikasan.
Ang himig ay totohanan, ang balangkas ay paikut-ikot, at ang pananalita ay angat sa karaniwan. The Filipino word for ‘epic’ is epiko from the Spanish.
Philippine epics are lengthy narrative poems based on . An iba nagdududa ngani na totoong epiko ini kan Bikol ta may mga elemento ini hale asin nakakaagid sa mga epiko kan Griyego arog kan persona ni Hercules na agid-agidan sa gawe ni Handiong saka ni Baltog, duwang importanteng heroe sa Ibalong.
"IBALON" orihinal na panurat ni Fray Bernardino de Melendreras, OFM ILING 1 Cuenta, . Jan 03, · Philippine Literature by: Olaso, Ralph Bryell Louie Benipayo, Hadjie Benitez, Virgilio Jr.
Llaneta, Laurence Olivarez, Tricia Mae Bista, Jimwell.