Indus Valley Civilization
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Hi! Welcome to Mohenjo-Daro! This city is west of the Indus River, and had thrived peacefully for about 2000 years!
These are our homes. New buildings are stacked on top of the old ones when they are falling apart or not functioning correctly. We are on the roofs most of the time, because it is cooler up there.
The Indus Valley people were very sanitary. They had shower rooms and toilets, that even had working plumbing.
This is the Great Bath. As you can see, it was a very religious bath, and everyone could enjoy it. The Indus Valley people believed in purification, which is why bathing was so important to them.
You see that thing hanging from that guy's bag? That's a seal. They carved symbols into them so that people would know who's it was. These seals were made of clay.
The Indus Valley people traded not only with people in their village, but outside of it to. Those fellows up there are trading a monkey for a light bulb. Only the people in the village use seals.
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