National Geographic Society,
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A KAUNGA WARRIOR WITH HIS TRIPLE-BARBED LANCE AND CURIOUSLY SHAPED
a a In my opinion, the typical Kalinga warrior is the finest-looking wild man found in the Philippine Islands. ... In war the men protect themselves with very artistically shaped wooden shields. Their offensive weapons are slender but deadly light head-axes and savage lances. Like most other northern Luzon tribes, save the Ilongots and Negritos, they do not use bows and arrowsa (see text, page 1213).