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Suku Kapampangan atau Pampango adalah salah satu suku bangsa di Filipina. Mereka membentuk populasi lebih dari 2 juta jiwa di Filipina. Kapampangan merupakan suku bangsa terbesar keenam di negara itu.

Kapampangan
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Total populasi
2.89 juta
(3.3%populasi Filipina)
Kawasan dengan populasi yang signifikan
 Filipina
(Pampanga, Tarlac, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Metro Manila)
 Amerika Serikat
 Kanada
Bahasa
Bahasa Kapampangan, Bahasa Tagalog), Bahasa Inggris
Agama
Mayoritas Katolik Roma, minoritas Ariya dan Aglipayan
Kelompok etnis terkait
Orang Filipina (Tagalog, Sambal, Ilokano, Pangasinan, Bikolano, suku bangsa lain di Filipina.)
Tarik Sulayman, salah seorang raja yang beragama Islam dari Suku Kapampangan.
Tari tradisional Suku Kapampangan.

Bacaan tambahanSunting

  • Bunford, Stephen R., The Royal House of Brunei, Unpublished manuscript
  • Larkin, John A. 1972. The Pampangans: Colonial Society in a Philippine Province. 1993 Philippine Edition. Quezon City: New Day Publishers.
  • Mallat, Jean, Les Philippines: Histoire, Geographie, Moeurs, Agriculture, Idustrie, Commerce des colonies Espagnoles dans l'Océanie, Paris: Arthus Bertrand, Libraire de la Société de Géographie, 1846
  • Miyamoto, Kazuo. Vikings of the Far East. New York: Vantage Press, 1975. pp88–89
  • Morga, Antonio de, Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas, obra publicada en Méjico el año de 1609 nuevamente sacada a luz y anotada por José Rizal y precedida de un prólogo del Prof. Fernando Blumentritt, Impresión al offset de la Edición Anotada por Rizal, Paris 1890. Manila: Historico Nacional, 1991
  • Pires, Tomé, A suma oriental de Tomé Pires e o livro de Francisco Rodriguez: Leitura e notas de Armando Cortesão [1512 - 1515], translated and edited by Armando Cortesao, Cambridge: Hakluyt Society, 1944.
  • Santiago, Luciano P.R., Laying the Foundations: Kapampangan Pioneers in the Philippine Church [1592-2001], Angeles City: Juan D. Nepomuceno Center for Kapampangan Studies, Holy Angel University Press, 20012
  • Santiago, Luciano P.R., The Houses of Lakandula, Matanda, and Soliman [1571-1898]: Genealogy and Group Identity, Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society 18 [1990]
  • Scott, William Henry, Barangay: Sixteenth-Century Philippine Culture and Society, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1994
  • Scott, William Henry, Prehispanic Source Materials for the Study of Philippine History, Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1984
  • Tayag, Katoks (Renato). 1985. "The Vanishing Pampango Nation", Recollections and Digressions. Escolta, Manila: Philnabank Club c/o Philippine National Bank.
  • Hipolito, Jose R. " History of Cabiao ". Kabyawan Books. 2010
  • Wang Teh-Ming, Sino-Suluan Historical Relations in Ancient Texts: A dissertation submitted to the graduate program of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines, 1989, Diliman, Quezon City.
  • Johnny Mina, Moses Esteban, Frederick Manzano, and Lawrence Capiz, Research Paper Topic "Kapampangan Translation and Cultures". University of Baguio, 2001.
  • Andro Camiling's Biographies of Famous Kapampangan
  • While Pampanga is known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines, there are more to the province than just food. Pampanga is a home to a hodgepodge of natural and man-made tourist destinations. In fact, every city or municipality in Pampanga boasts of its distinct destinations and observances.