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IFUGAO: WARRIOR'S
ARM BAND #1


IFUGAO: "LINGLINGOS"

SILVER PENDANTS

IFUGAO: WARRIOR'S
SHELL HIP ORNAMENT


IFUGAO: WARRIOR'S
ARM BAND #2






IFUGAO SHAMAN WITH
WRAPPED SACRED HUMAN
REMAINS ON A TRIBAL TEXTILES






 

BONTOC, IFUAGO, AND KALINGA TRIBAL TEXTILES
WITH A VARIETY OF SILVER AND BRASS
"LINGLINGO" FERTILITY CHARMS








SACRED HUMAN REMAINS
 RITUALLY WRAPPED IN
AN IFUGAO TRIBAL TEXTILE








SACRED SEATED IFUGAO "BULUL:" INLAID SHELL EYES SACRIFICIALLY SANCTIFIED DURING
AN ANNUAL IFUGAO HARVEST RITUAL (PUBLISHED FULL PAGE IN THE BOOK: "THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS"



 

IFUGAO ARCHITECTURAL "BULUL" STATUE USED AS HOUSE POSTS, DOOR FRAMES, AND HEARTH SHELVING PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK: "THE LAST FILIPINO
HEAD HUNTERS" ON PAGE # 166

   

     

BONTOC SILVER "LINGLINGO" FERTILITY CHARM (A STYLIZED REPRESENTATIONS OF THE FEMALE CLITORIS)






SEATED IFUGAO
 "BULUL" AT THE CONCLUSION OF
THE ANNUAL IFUGAO
HARVEST RITUAL
 
  "BULULS" PLACED IN RICE GRANARIES ARE CONSIDERED GUARDIANS OF
THE HARVEST










IFUGAO "PUNAM-HAN" SACRIFICIAL OFFERTORY
BOX  WITH CARVINGS OF
SEATED FIGURES ON
THE HANDLES






IFUGAO "PUNAM-HAN"
SACRIFICIAL OFFERTORY BOX
WITH STYLIZED CARVINGS
OF
BOAR'S HEADS AS HANDLES









IFUGAO "PUNAM-HAN" SACRIFICIAL OFFERTORY BOX THAT FEATURES A
WOVEN RATTAN AND
BONE HANDLE











BONTOC WARRIOR'S RITUAL "BOAYA" HEAD HUNTING NECKLACE: SHELL, BOAR TUSK, RATTAN, FIBER
AND BONE















UNUSUAL IFUGAO
BULUL FIGURE PAIR  CARVED FROM A SINGLE PIECE OF WOOD










EXTREMELY
PRIMITIVE STANDING IFUGAO MALE AND FEMALE BULUL PAIR















TWO UNUSUAL IFUGAO FIGURES: ONE HOLDING A FUNCTIONAL
"PUNAM-HAN" OFFERTORY BOX









KALINGA "PINAGAS" HEAD HUNTING AX: PUBLISHED FULL PAGE IN THE BOOK ENTITLED: "THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS" 








         









IFUGAO "REVENGE"
BASKET CONTAINS ALL
THE BROKEN REMAINS
FROM A COMPLETE HUMAN
SKULL OF A HEAD HUNTED VENDETTA VICTIM


                           
BONTOC, IFUGAO, AND KALINGA TRIBES:
TWO WARRIORS WITH "FATOC" CHEST TATTOOS
SIGNIFY THEY HAVE TAKEN HEADS. "BANAUE"
RICE TERRACES, A WOMAN'S FOREARM TATTOOS,
A "SAGADA" TRIBAL BURIAL SITE, A 100 YEAR OLD FEMALE,
A HEAD HUNTING TROPHY SKULL, AND
AN IFUGAO SHAMAN: ALL PICTURES IN THE
ABOVE FROM THE BOOK ENTITLED:
"THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS"








IFUGAO CEREMONIAL SPOON PUBLISHED ON PAGE 165 IN THE BOOK: "THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS"
















IFUGAO
"WARRIOR" BULUL FROM THE VILLAGE: "BATAD"PUBLISHED ON PAGE # 149
IN THE BOOK ENTITLED:
"THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS"






 




IFUGAO CEREMONIAL WOODEN BOWL FROM THE
VILLAGE: "CAMBULO" PUBLISHED ON PAGE # 38 IN THE BOOK: "THE LAST FILIPINO HEAD HUNTERS"






             

IFUGAO RACK OF THREE HEAD HUNTING HUMAN

SKULL TROPHIES WITH CARVING AND PIGMENT
























































IFUGAO STANDING BULUL WITH TUFFS OF HUMAN HAIR ON THE TOP OF THE HEAD
     








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