Maitum broken burial jars now in Butuan museum

29 Jul 2016
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BUTUAN CITY (July 29, 2016) – Board Member Jess Bascuña (right) and Giovanni Bautista, cultural properties officer of the National Museum, inspect 11 boxes of broken pieces of anthropomorphic jars during the turnover on July 23 at the National Museum in Butuan City, the new home of the potsherds. These 2,000-year old secondary burial jars commonly known as Maitum Jars were found in Pinol cave. (John James I. Doctor/ MAITUM CDIO)

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