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Barlig is a remote town in Mountain Province, Northern Philippines. The written word did not reach the Ifiallig (the people of Barlig) until the early 20th century. Hence, for thousands of years the traditions of the people in the region were handed down orally through generations.
The Ifiallig would sit around the fires of the ator (village council-house) to listen to tales of their hero-ancestors like Linmipaw and Amfusnun. When work in the payyiw (ricefields) is done, the umu-ufok, venerable elders and storytellers, recount these stories in their own language they call Finallig. These ub-ufok, stories, which were handed down for many generations, serve as a record of their history, genealogy and cultural traditions.
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