Pagdating ni legazpi sa pilipinas
Juan Sebastian de Elcano, the master of ship "Concepcion" took over the command of the expedition after the death of Magellan and captained the ship "Victoria" back to Spain.
Legaspi built alliances and made peace with Rajahs Suliman, Lakandula and Matanda.
Out of the five ships and more than 300 men who left on the Magellan expedition in 1519, only one ship (the Victoria) and 18 men returned to Seville, Spain on September 6, 1522.
Nevertheless, the said expedition was considered historic because it marked the first circumnavigation of the globe and proved that the world was round.
Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese in the service of the Spanish crown, was looking for a westward route to the to the Spice Islands of Indonesia.
On March 16, 1521, Magellan's expedition landed on Homonhon island in the Philippines. Rajah Humabon of Cebu was friendly with Magellan and embraced Christianity, but their enemy, Lapu-Lapu was not.
Since none of the expedition after Magellan from Loaisa to Villalobos had succeeded in taking over the Philippines, King Charles I stopped sending colonizers to the Islands.