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The legend says that in the 13th century, 10 datus or chieftains from Borneo left their land together with their families and friends to escape the cruelty and injustice of Sultan Makatunaw, the ruler of Borneo. The ten datus were: Datu Puti (the leader), Datu Bangkaya, Datu Dumalugdog, Datu Sumakwel, Datu Lubay, Datu Paiburong, Datu Dumangsil, Datu Balensusa, Datu Paduhinog and Datu Dumangsol. They sailed on their balangays (vintas or boats) without knowing where to go. Finally they reached Panay Island. They bought the island from the chieftain of the Atis or Aetas who were then occupying the island. The chieftain's name was Marikudo and his wife was Maniwantiwan. Three of the datus decided not to settle in Panay but to sail northward. The three were: Datu Puti, Datu Balensusa and Datu Dumangsil. They settled in some parts of Luzon. When Sultan Makatunaw was no longer in power, Datu Puti returned to Borneo. The seven datus who stayed in Panay divided the island into three areas: Hamtik (now Antique), Irong-Irong (now Iloilo), and Aklan (now Aklan and Capiz). Hamtik was under Datu Sumakwel, Irong-Irong was under Datu Paiburong, and Aklan was under Datu Balangkaya.
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The story of the buying of Panay by ten datus coming from Borneo is told in the Maragtas, a legendary account about the pre-Spanish Panay Island. This narrative tells us that about A.D. 1250, at about the time Malaysia and Indonesia were dominated by the Hindu-Malay Empire of Sri-Vijaya, a cruel sultan named Makatunaw ruled Borneo-or perhaps part of it. Because he was cruel, ten of his datus decided to leave Borneo and seek their freedom and fortune beyond the sea.The Ten Datus were:#1. Datu Puti (the leader)#2. Datu Balensusa#3. Datu Bangkaya#4. Datu Dumalugdog#5. Datu Dumangsil#6. Datu Dumangsol#7. Datu Lubay#8. Datu Panduhinog#9. Datu Paliburong#10. Datu SumakwelOne dark night after loading on boats their families, warriors, slaves, and supplies, they secretly left in their balangays(boats) without a specific destination in mind. After sailing north for many days, they reached the southern tip of Panay Island. They landed at the mouth of the Sirwagan River there, near the present town of San Joaquin in Iloilo. From there they proceeded to Lake Andona where they met an Ati fisherman. This man led them to the Negrito village of Sinugbuhan and was introduced to the local ruler, King Marikudo and his queen, Maniwantiwan. Datu Puti addressed them and said they came as friends and would like to buy land.Marikudo consulted his wife and the elders of his kingdom and agreed to sell some land to them. The purchase price consisted of a gold salakot (a native helmet) for Marikudo and a long gold sumangyad (necklace) for Maniwantiwan. The sale was sealed by a pact of friendship and merry feasting. After that, Marikudo and his people bade farewell to the Borneans and went into the hills.Seven of the ten datus settled in Panay. The three others-Balensusa, Dumangsil and Puti sailed farther north and reached Lake Taal, in present-day Batangas province. Impressed by the fertility and scenic beauty of the area, Balensusa and Dumangsil settled there. Datu Puti, however, returned to Borneo. He told the Borneans about his exciting adventures in the islands of the north.
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