Indus Civilization by Pierce and Kevin
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I live in Mohenjo-Daro which is in modern day Pakistan. Mohenjo-Daro was founded by nomads in 2600 B.C.
We trade materials like pots, bread, gold, metals, and flints. The Indus River made travel and trade easier.
The Great Bath is used to physically clean and spiritually clean yourself. It washes away your sins. It is a public bath that everyone can use.
The homes in the Indus Valley Civilization are made of strong mud bricks cooked in kilns. The homes have no windows facing the street to block out noise and dust.
Seals are stamps pressed into wet clay to make an impression.
People used the seals to show ownership of something.
The showers and toilets were connected to a drain that leads to a main drain in the street. They flushed the toilets by pouring water in it.
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