Philippine CIVIL CODE Laws and Regulations - these are the early Civil Codes from 1972 through 1983 (vital information for PI land owners/treasure hunters). Presidential Decree No. 1726-A: GUIDELINES ON TREASURE HUNTING IN THE PHILIPPINES (Oct. Philippine cultural heritage and identity is a priceless treasure and well within our grasp. We need to recognize it before we destroy it in pursuit of a glittering mirage.
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Philippine Treasures started out as a souvenir shop in 1972 and now it is an award-winning company that exports home decorations and ornaments that are made from indigenous and natural materials like leaves, broken glass, wood shavings, and dried twigs,
Philippine Treasures, Inc. takes pride in harvesting, gathering, and preserving God- given resources to artistically transform them into unique and world-class Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands, lanterns, ornaments and many more, all thanks to the passion, innovation, and great imagination of its owner and designer,
Philippine Treasures is committed to continue improving its craft by strengthening its Research and Development Department
by being on the lookout for new products, resources, materials, talented craftsmen, and efficient technology. It is willing to tread on towards new avenues to deliver products of world-class excellence.
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The GMA News and Public Affairs Department announces the showing of a special feature on the country’s historical artifacts – Philippine Treasures hosted by Ms. Mel Tiangco. This is set to air on September 11, 2011, Sunday, at 10:30 p.m. This production aspires to rekindle the Filipinos’ interest on the Philippines’ rich culture and colorful history.
Philippine Treasure Hunting
This special feature will include the following topics:
a. Bayan ng Ginto –
Philippine Treasure Documentary Reaction Paper
b. Hikaw ni Lapu-Lapu
An excavation was done by the National Museum in Boljoon Cebu in June where they found an earring that according to experts was only worn by Chieftains. Since Boljoon was in Cebu, there was a possibility that Lapu-Lapu had worn this earring;
c. Burial Jars
Learn about the anthropomorphic (human form) burial Jars, more popularly known as the Maitum Jars, which were discovered at Sarangani province in 1991. These jars date back 5BC, and are also considered as one of the most sought after artifacts among private
Two stone tablets in Monreal, Masbate which were previously used as doormats, were discovered to have encryptions in Baybayin, an ancient form of Filipino writing. Only a handful of Filipino tribes, including the Hanonoo Mangyan in Mindoro, understand the Baybayin.
Witness as this ethno linguistic group and other experts try to decode what the encryptions tell about the culture at that time; and e. Status of National Museum – A look at the state of the National Museum, the institution that houses all the country’s National Treasures, and to discover what it truly says about the Filipinos’ concern for their culture and heritage.
Issues involving the storage facilities, preservation equipment, and funding concerns will be discussed.