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•Welcome to my storyboard! •This is all about times in the 1700 b.c. •It is located in nothern India, and in modern times Pakistan FUN FACT: •Some of the people lived in the Indus Valley right niext to the Indus River so they can farm.
This is the City Pool, or the Great bath. •This is the place to go when people want to be purified in relgious beliefs. •Other wise people go here to bath and get cleaned. Or sooth themselves. •People also have showers in there homes. But it's over a drain where the filthy water can go. •People also use showers if it was a very hot day. •People also used waste disposable hole for going potty. •They also had wells for sanitation.
TRADING! •Trading is really important in the Indus Valley. It is one way to get stuff with out using money. •Farmers would trade there crops, while people who lived in the city traded clothes, pots, or beads they made. •They took trades back by hand, by a cart pulled by an ox, or a loaded ship going to another land!
Fun Fact: They used seals, and they where tags to tell what the item that they where selling is.
•HOMES: •How the homes where made was by using bricks made out of mud. •People had a very short commute to work because they live right by them. •Once the new ones where getting old, they would build new ones on top of them, making the buildings higher. •Sometimes if it is hot during the night people would sleep on roofs to cool.
Homes: •Sometimes people had there own shops inside there own house. •Some people lived on the streets of the trading, and they got to see live elephants! •And some people live by the river, and those are usually the farmers. •It was a peacefull town, there wasn't really any weapons, the wateter was clean to.
How the civilization end? Well, we don't know. But one theory is that another town's trade had crashed, and that effected this towns trade. Scientist don't really think it was an invasion. Or maybe it was how people traveled away.
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