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Special caseWhen one married a woman of another village, the children were afterwards divided equally between the two barangays, the rule is not applicable equally to both men and women.Investigations made and sentences passed by the dato must take place in the presence of those his barangayAn arbiter was unanimously named.They had laws by which they condemned to death a man of low birth who insulted the daughter or wife of a chief; likewise witches, and others of the same class -They condemned no one to slavery, unless he merited the deathpenalty-For witches, they killed them, and their children and accomplicesbecame slaves of the chief, after he had made some recompense tothe injured person-All other offenses were punished by fines in gold, which, if not paidwith promptness, exposed the culprit to serve the person aggrieved.
Dowries are given by men to the women’s parents before marriage. If the parents areboth alive, they both enjoy the use of it.Divorce and dowriesDeath of wife or husbandDowry and arranged marriageWorship of the tagalogsno templessimbahan- temple or place of adorationpandot or a festival celebratedsibisorihilenagaanitosBathalaTalaSeven little goats (the Pleiades)Mapolon (change of seasons)Balatic (greater Bear)Li-chaDian masalanta (patron of lovers and of generation)Lacapati and Idianale (patrons of cultivated lands and of husbandry)BuayaTigmamanuguin –birdNo established division of years, months, and dayssssCatolonan (officiating priest)offerings and sacrificesBelief on bearingchildMangangauay (witches)manyisalatmancocolam HoclobanSilaganMagtatangalOsuangMangagayomaSonatPangattahojanBayoguuinmanner of burying the dead of the tagalogs
manner of burying dead of the Aetas or NegrillosmacacasanaansitantigbalaangpatianacssssIMPLICATIONRELEVANCE