Irong-Irong (or Ilong-Ilong) appears in the Maragtas legend of the coming of ten Bornean datus (i.e., chieftains) to the island of Panay. The datus bartered with a local Ati chieftain for the plains and valleys of the island, offering gold in return.
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|Rajahs of Maynila|
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|Datus of the Madja-as|
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|Rajahs of Butuan|
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