Thank you Myron for this gorgeous 1995 set of 'Archaeological Jars in the Philippines'!
Manunggul Jar - A secondary burial jar found in the Neolithic cave of Manunggual c.890-710 BCE. The figures on top depict the journey to the afterlife on a 'death boat'.
Non-Anthropomorphic Jar
- These type have been found in association with anthropomorphic ones.
Anthropomorphic Jar - These secondary internment earthenware jars were initially found in 1991 in Ayub Cave. They date from 70- 370 CE and have since been unearthed at other sites with decorative incising.
Leta-Leta Yawning Jar - A National Treasure, this jar c. 265 BCE was named after its resemblance to a yawning man.

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