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Old 12-25-2012, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Charlotte North Carolina
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The ones at the top look the same as the ones at the bottom. Theyve just been out in the sun a bit more and dont have products in their hair.
are you trolling??
lol both dont have products in their hair...if you have noticed facial shape and features such as heavy browridge in the first group is a big difference between the 2

notice how flat her face is...her features are mongoloid...similar to southern chinese


notice the bump above his eyes along his browridge...his features are australoid...similar to east timorese


skull difference to make such features for group 1 is no joke

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Old 12-26-2012, 03:28 AM
 
Location: Pacific NW
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Oh come on Enrico, chill out. Different strokes for different folks .
First off, don't tell me what to do. It's rude. I'll deal with whether I need to "chill" or not.

Take it to the Beauty forum, if you're interested in what people look like. If you want to discuss the ethnology of the Philippines, take it to the History forum.

THIS IS NOT GENEALOGY.
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Old 12-26-2012, 09:54 AM
 
Location: Charlotte North Carolina
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First off, don't tell me what to do. It's rude. I'll deal with whether I need to "chill" or not.

Take it to the Beauty forum, if you're interested in what people look like. If you want to discuss the ethnology of the Philippines, take it to the History forum.

THIS IS NOT GENEALOGY.
this isnt a beauty contest why put it in beauty forum??
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Old 12-26-2012, 03:22 PM
 
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this isnt a beauty contest why put it in beauty forum??
Because then it wouldn't be clogging up the Genealogy Forum with NON-GENEALOGY threads.
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Old 12-27-2012, 11:14 AM
 
Location: Charlotte North Carolina
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here are some social ranks in ancient Philippines ..this one is for the ethnic groups of visayans(modern day ethnic filipinos who fall into the psuedo-east asian/malay phenotypes)
TRIBAL STRUCTURE

During LapuLapu's time:

VISAYAN:

Social Structure:

Kalibutan:
Pure bred royalty from all 'four corners' (grandparents)

Potli:
First degree royal lineage. Datu's son from chief wife (Asawa).

Tumao:
Second degree royal lineage. Datu's son from other wives (Sandil). Lesser nobility.

Timawa:
Non noble freemen who are citizens loyal to Datu.

Mati Timawa:
Freed slaves who loyal to Datu.

Oripun:
Slave

Bulan:
Indebted Slave

Bihag:
Captive

Hayohan:
Slave for barter or to sell to Spanish.

Rank Structure:

Rajah / Batara / Sarripada ( Sanskrit root word: Sri Paduka):
All equal ranks most often called Datu.
There is no primary chief or king amongst the Visayans.

Kadatuan / Kadatuon:
Autonomous Datu (example, CiLapu Lapu believed he ruled over other Datus)

Pangulo / Kaponoan / Makaporos ng Datu:
The most respected Datus.


Bendaharra / Atubang sa Datu:
Prime Minister under Datu

Paragahin:
Major Domo / top servant of Datu

Bilango:
Datu's Enforcer / Sheriff

Warriors consisted of:
Timawas / Tumao
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