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My town is very wonderful. The streets are really wide so elephants could get through the town easy. Our town grew higher and higher because more people built new homes on top of old ones.
The Indus River Valley was a peaceful place. There were no armys found and there were very few weapons found in the Indus Valley.
the showers here were made of brick and had very clean water.The dirty water goes to a pipe and empty's into the street. The bathrooms were clean but not as clean as they are now.
The Great Bath is one of the best- known structures amoung the ruins of the ancient Indus Vally.There was a tank used for special religious functions where water was used to purify.
One question people ask about trading in the Indus Valley is with no money, how did they trade. My answer to that is they probably traded goods for goods this was the most useful job t the time for goods.
Farming in the Indus Valley was very similar to farming in Egypt and Mesopotamia because they had to grow lots of food so they could feed all of the people. The people also used seals to show who owned a sack of grain.
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