via Manila Bulletin, 29 May 2023: The National Museum of the Philippines is launching the exhibition “PAGLAWIG: The Boholano Way of Life,” showcasing artifacts and ecofacts recovered from various sites in Bohol, illustrating the early Boholanos’ use of tools, ornaments, burial practices, and ceramics, while also highlighting their traditional crafts, technologies, and cultural resilience.
The National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) will officially launch its newest exhibition, “PAGLAWIG: The Boholano Way of Life,” on May 31, 2023, 2p.m. The exhibition presents artifacts and ecofacts recovered by the NMP in the 1980s in Anda, Mabini, Candijay, and Guindulman.
These sites provided evidence of the utilization of stones, shells, and bones as tools and ornaments of early Boholanos. The use of dug-out wooden coffins and burial jars, as well as the offering of local and tradeware ceramics, further illustrated their technological knowledge and rituals.