Filipino Ancient Clothing Boxer Codex

The Boxer Codex, sometimes known as the Manila Manuscript, is a manuscript written c. 1590, which contains illustrations of ethnic groups in the Philippines at the time of their initial contact with the Spaniards.

The Boxer Codex depicts the Tagalogs, Visayans, Zambals, Cagayanes or possibly Iba nags and Neg ritos of the Philippines in vivid color. The technique of the paintings, as does the use of Chinese paper, ink, and paints, suggests that the unknown artist may have been Chinese.

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