Monhenjo Daro and The Indus Civilization
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I am going to tell you about Monhenjo Daro and the Indus civilization. Monhenjo Daro is located in Indus valley. The Indus valley existed 5,000 years ago and was on the Indus river.
The Indus civilization are sanitary, they used buckets of water to take showers. They had a draining system so when they dumped the water on their head it would go into a pipe and had a drain system.
The houses in the Indus civilization were very tall, but small at first. They built on top of their houses to make another house,for example, if there was an earth quake and buried their house they could build on top of it. Their house was basically a workshop because there was not much room for other things.
In the Indus valley there were many jobs people did. There were farming, craft worker, and building. Also we didn't trade with money, but with goods like wheat.
The repeated flooding affected farming by making salt build up in the soil. Also the river drying up is a reason the Indus people abandoned their cities.
In the Indus civilization was a peaceful place, there were no signs of weapons or wars. The ruins didn't look like they were destroyed by a war so it must of been peaceful, right? This is the end of my story board.
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