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47 Seated pair of bululs from Banaue district, the male 49.5 cm high and female 45.4 cm, carved from nara wood, each with broad shoulders, a flat face, and hole on top of the head for rice offerings or hair peg. These bululs came from Nabyon citio, in Amganad bario, near Banaue. They were said to be carved by Bognadon before WW2. Certified as cultural properties by National Museum of the Philippines, October 2003, with stamps 0084805 and 0084806. The NMP curator for anthropology also confirmed the attribution, with an estimated date of circa 1920-50.