trade inputs

Extracted from Margarita R. Cembrano’s Patterns of the Past:
the Ethno Archaeology of Butuan

With their extensive knowledge
of snares, nooses, especially
fighting cocks, the shaman
(baylan) transfixed flesh food.
The crucial part of the
trade inputs (personal, filial
and consanguineal) acted
(implies) adult specimens

derived from freshwater habitat,
retrieved with gold trimmings
bonfire-cum-dumpsite, a peace
and order situation, a cover
restricting (since a large portion
of the past is attractive dis-
persal organized and monitored).

A strong sense of independence
forms ephemeral communities,
which may suddenly appear and
disappear–this is the given
bilingualism yielded to ancient
sea-going Lampoon province in
wooden backstrap loom spindle-
whorls — as extracted in a manner
similar to how they do it today.