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'''Artemio Ricarte''' was a native of [[Batac]], [[Ilocos Norte]]. He was a teacher and a revolutionary general. He was the son of Faustino Ricarte and Bonifacia Garcia. His finished his early education at his hometown. He later studied at the [[Colegio de San Juan de Letran]] where he earned a degree on arts. He also studied at the [[University of Santo Tomas]] and [[Normal School]] to prepare for a teaching profession. After earning a diploma, he taught at San Francisco de Malabon now known as [[General Trias]], [[Cavite]].  
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'''Juan Luna y Novicio''' was one of the great heroes of the [[Philippine Revolution]] and one of the first internationally-recognized Philippine painters. A native of [[Badoc, Ilocos Norte]], Juan Luna was the third among the seven children of Joaquin Luna de San Pedro y Posada and Laureana Novicio y Ancheta. Both parents were from families that were well-off, thus each brought to the family a modest fortune.  
  
  
<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Jorge Bocobo|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Jorge Bocobo]]'''</small></div>
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<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Nonoy Marcelo|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Nonoy Marcelo]]'''</small></div>

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Juan Luna y Novicio was one of the great heroes of the Philippine Revolution and one of the first internationally-recognized Philippine painters. A native of Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Juan Luna was the third among the seven children of Joaquin Luna de San Pedro y Posada and Laureana Novicio y Ancheta. Both parents were from families that were well-off, thus each brought to the family a modest fortune.