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Skull of Solorzano still on display at UOG

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The public has one opportunity left to view the skull of Father Manuel De Solorzano as the University of Guam hosts "I Ilun Pale: Discussions Before the Skull of Solorzano" Saturday January 3rd. Solorzanno was a 17th Century missionary who was killed during an uprising led by Chief Yura of Apotguan. The event will feature not only a panel discussion on the significance of the skull of Solorzano but a presentation of letters written by Solarzano to his family. I Ilun Pale will start at 11 am with public viewing until 1 pm at UOG's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Lecture Hall. 

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