Indus Civilization by Rachael and Helena
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In the year right now it is 3000 B.C.
Welcome to one of India's biggest cities, Mohenjo-Daro!
We believe that we are the first people to use wheel transportation.
Our trading routes reach as far as modern day Afghanistan.
This place is called the Great Bath and this is where we wash ourselves.
Here our people come to practice religious bathing and wash away our sins.
Our houses are made out of mud brick just like other civilizations, but we dry ours in a kiln and they are stronger and last longer.
To keep our houses clean and keep the noise out, we only have windows facing the inside courtyard and not the street.
Because most people can't write to sign their the name, seals were used as a sign of ownership and/or receipt.
Seals are a stamp that is pressed into wet clay to make an impression.
Here sanitary is very important to us and we were one of the first civilizations to make a sewer system.
To get rid of human waste we would pour water down the toilet. Also while taking a shower we pour water on ourselves.
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