A Maitum Burial Jar, in the Museum of the Filipino People, Manila, Philippines.
Maitum burial jars were dated to the 5BC to 370 AD. These anthropomorphic potteries have lids that were carved as human heads with distinct facial features. Each of the jars are said to be a representative of the deceased, making each jar unique.
Some of the jars are plain while others have arms and breast applied on the body of the earthenware.
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