The Ifugao, then, has a mold exactly like the pipe he made of wax.
Among the Ifugao a slave was absolutely the property of his owner.
The laws of the descent of property are, as has been said, the clearest and most concise of all Ifugao laws.
Of all Ifugao laws, they are the most definite and the most invariably followed.
One more type of Ifugao origin myth merits our attention before we come to the conclusion.
This is in accordance with the principle of Ifugao law: The family must at all hazards be preserved.
Of political organization the Ifugao has nothing—not even a suggestion.
They blame the Kiangan people, saying that the latter invited the Spaniards into Ifugao.
A small part of Ifugao law consists even yet of taboos that are arbitrary and, except in essence, unreasonable.
In this case they should belong to the Mayoyao or Ifugao family (Luzon).