Indus Civilization by Max and AbbyK
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The Indus civilization is located in modern day Pakistan. The Indus River Civilization started in 3300 B.C. and ended in 1600 B.C. It is located near the Indus River
The Indus buildings are made out of baked mud bricks. There were no windows that looked onto the streets, so there would be no dust or noise.
Traders were responsible for buying materials needed for work and traded with other cities. Some things they might trade were pots, beads,gold or silver.
Worshipers will bathe in the Great Bath before entering a temple or religious site. The worshipers believe that they are not only cleaning their bodies, but also their minds.
The Indus civilization developed the first indoor plumbing. The toilets ''flushed'' by pouring water down the drain to drain out to the main sewer.
Seals were stamps pressed into wet clay to make an impression. They were used to show ownership of something because most people couldn't write their name.
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