Indus Valley Civilization by Lucas and ben
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Mohenjo-Daro is located in modern Pakistan. It lasted from 3300 B.C. - 1600 B.C. It was a city in the Indus Valley civilization.
Use of Seals
Seals are stamps that are pressed into wet clay to make a mark. People used them to show onwership or for a receipt.
Toilets, showers and sanification
The toilets were also made of bricks. The toilets and showers were connected to a pipe that led to the main drain in the street. The toilets were flushed by pouring water into it. For the showers they dumped water over head and it went into a drain on the floor.
Our homes are made from mud bricks. These bricks were heated in a kiln, making them stronger and able to last longer. There were no windows facing the street.
Distant Trade and trade products
Trade was very important. Traders brought workers materials and took finished goods. We traded pots, beads, gold, silver and gems. Using boats we were able to trade with Mesopotamia.
The Great bath is for getting physically clean and also spiritually clean. It cleansed bad sins.
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