Indus Civilization by Aaron and Holden
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The Indus civilization trades over long distances for great riches.
These houses are made of mud-brick, and the flat roof serves as an extra room.
2293 BC, Harappa, Modern-Day Pakistan
We are going to the land of Dilmun to trade for pearls!
We use seals to tell who is buying what and to brand our products.
The homes behind us are connected to the central sewer system, and have their own toilets and shower rooms.
We are on the banks of the Indus river, an important part of life for us Indus people
We are at the Great Bath, a center of physical and spiritual bathing.
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