1) Garuda ornaments from Palawan, Eastern Visayan, Phillipines
Dated:~10th century CE
Wherever European Christian culture went they tried to erase its history completely. Before the Discovery of Laguna copperplate inscription ancient Phillipines was generally assumed uncivilized.
2) Kinnari, gold, Surigao, Phillipines
Dated: ~10-13th century CE

Indian features are clearly visible.
3)But it was the discovery of a copperplate inscription from Laguna province which changed the ancient history of Phillipines. The inscription dated Saka 822(900 CE or even older if we consider revised date of commencement of Saka era that is 583BCE)
4)The document states that it releases its bearers, the children of Namwaran, from a debt in gold amounting to 1 kati and 8 suwarnas(865 grams; 27.8 troy ounces). Measuring units are Indian. King of the region was 'JayaDeva'.
5) A golden ring with Kirtimukha emblem, part of gold treasure
6) some more images of pre-hispanic gold treasure of ancient Phillipines dating from ~10-13th century CE or older
Wrist wrap, sash or part of Upavita, waistband, fragment of same
7) Golden plaques from Mindanao, Phillipines
Dated: ~10 the century CE
Note scrollwork
Padma(lotus) earrings, outer ring is adorned with lotus petals. Detailing in the inner rings reminds me of some Terracotta plaques from Mathura.
8) Golden Tara from Mindanao, Phillipines
Dated: ~14th century CE
It appears that most of the ancient artifact in Phillipines was in gold. The golden statue is made of 21-karat gold, weighs 4 pounds and measures 5 inches in height.
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