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about 50,000 lived in Mohenjo-Daro
The great bath was 39ft long and 8ft deep. It was used for bathing and believed to be used for religious rituals too.
throughout Mohenjo-Daro small stones have been found with pictures carved in them. we haven't found out what they mean or why they're there. They may have been used for charms and stamps
most of the people that lived on the city, lived lower. With flat roofs and houses were made of mud and bricks.
they had a very advanced sewer system which carried waste away from houses. they had a very complex system that set them away from other cities.
in mohenjo-daro's citadel which is a public structure where weights and scales were found. the weights and scales helped trade goods. This was a good way for proof of measurement.
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