added by archaeologs Peninsula in Batanga Province, about 100 km south of Manila in the Philippines, containing several burial grounds of the late 14th century to early 16th century. Burials are normally extended (some children were placed in urns); goods comprise local earthenware pottery, beads, glass bracelets, iron and brass goods, and a large and important range of imported pots from Thailand and Ming Dynasty China. Calatagan is the best reported site of this period in the Philippines. See also Santa Ana.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983