The textiles of southern Philippines: the textile traditions of the Bagobo, Mandaya and Bilaan from their beginnings to the 1900s
Reyes defines the textile traditions of the Bagobo, the Mandaya, and the Bilaan through an examination of the indigenous materials used, manufacturing techniques, clothing forms, and motifs and symbols found in the adornment.
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