Indus Civilzation by Chloe and Isabel
By chloesturtz, Updated
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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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