Indus Civilzation by Chloe and Isabel

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  • Mohenjo-Daro was in Pakistan in 2600BC.
  • Mohenjo-Daro was built on mounds made from soil and mud brick.
  • All homes were made out of kiln dried mud brick.
  • Indus houses did not have windows that looked out onto the street to keep out dust and noise.
  • For showers the Indus people tipped water from jars onto themselves and went into the drain located below them into a pipe that led out to the streets.
  • Their toilets had a brick seat and they flushed the toilet with water from a jar.
  • Great Baths were used to get physically clean and spiritually clean.
  • There were many baths in Mohenjo-Daro but the Great Bath was the biggest.
  • A seal is a stamp that is pressed into wet clay to make an imprint.
  • It was used to show ownership or as a receipt. People could not write to sign their names.
  • The Indus Civilization were the First to use wheeled transportation.
  • Materials from other religions were found in the Indus Civilization.
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