for keeping the dead bodies...
The Manunggul jar is featured on the P1000 paper bill. It serves a proof of the Philippines common heritage with their Austronesian-speaking ancestors despite the diversity of cultures within the family of the Philippine peoples. Traces of their culture and beliefs are seen in different parts of the country and from different Philippine ethno-linguistic groups.
only thing i can think of that you are talking about is "Jar-Jar Binx" from Star Wars episode !: The Phantom Menace. sounds like "jaja"
The main function of legislature is to make laws. The next function is the financial function which includes allocation of funds. The third function is judicial function which involves impeachment The fourth function is deliberative functions. The fifth function is constituent function. The sixth function is electoral function. The seventh function is administrative functions
a function of a branch is to support the leaves,the buds and the flowers.
The law-making function of legislatures is generally
The Manunggul jar was found in Palawan, Philippines.
Manunggul Jar was important during the early times on Philippines beacause, It's were the bones and skull of the dead where to put in.
The Banaue Rice Terraces, Manunggul Jar cover and Langgal, representing the three islands of the Philippines (Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, respectively)
punks is people under new kingdom of sattan
The Manunggul (also called Manunggul or Manunggul Jar) is a graveyard found in the Manunggul Cave in the Cave at Lipuun Point in Palawan.
Manunggul burial jar found in the Tabon Cave in Palawan is over 2000 years. The Steersman's oar is missing its paddle, as is the mast in the center of the boat, against which the steersman would have braced his feet. This symbolizes that they are traveling to the next life.
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Visayas, bec. it is found in Lipuun Point,Quezon, Palawan