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His principal source was Blagtas Pandakan, then living in Luirnut, Kallinan, Davao City.
He was about 42 when, covering himself with a white blanket, he chanted the epic on the night of .
It is closely related to the Ulahingan of the Livunganen-Arumanen, with both epics having identical characters, because the two groups used to be one, called Arumanen.
Agyu is, as described by Melendrez-Cruz (Castro et al.
Lono hears a voice in the house that tells him to stay in the yard. Mungan refuses the offer; she says she has become whole once more. Mungan, to reciprocate the gesture, gives Lono betel nut and young rice to distribute among the people.
Lono returns to Pinamatun and tells Agyu Mungan is immortal, having eaten golden betel nut and golden rice.
Assisted by Batooy Ambag, a son- in-law of a datu, and Pilisianu Tisio, Manuel recorded the epic from 21 November to 25 November 1963.
Blagtas Pandakan learned the epic from his uncle Sugalan, who had learned it from his father, Ampalid. Living in the country of Ayuman are the heroes Vanlak/Banlak, Agyu, and Kuyasu.
One of the subsistence occupations of the Ilianon people is the gathering of beeswax which they trade with the Moros, their distant neighbors, for articles and goods that they need.Buy-anon, the daughter, invites him to sit on her lap, but the boy refuses, saying he is merely a boy. He is well received and is offered the young daughter of the datu, named Paniguan. Then he fights the invaders by the seashore; the deaths are innumerable.She appears, offers him chew, and asks him to be her husband, saying he will be their savior. The leader of the invaders invites Tanagyaw to his country.Manuel’s sengedurug focuses on Agyu’s son, Tanagyaw. Agyu’s men fight on the seashore of the bay of Linayangon.As they are losing men, Agyu’s young son, a mere boy, volunteers to meet the enemies; he slays them on the fourth day.