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Hello! I am from Mohenj-Daro! I am going to tell you about that place. Did you know taht they had bathrooms and had a sewer?
Mohenjo-Daro was active about 5000 years ago. They lived near the Indus river which is in India, Pakistan.
The Mohenjo-Daro people lived in small house kind of like this behind me. They had workshops in there houses so they had very small space to relax. The houses had a flat roof so they cook, relax, and play up there.
As i was saying in the first clip they had bathrooms, and showers. When they use the showers they have to go on a "shower tray and pour water on themselves. Plus all the dirty water goes in a drainage pipe, and flows under the streets.
If you wanted to take a bath you will have go to a public bath, but it is usually used for religious ceremonies so you will just have to take a shower instead. It was called the great bath, but it was built over at some point.
The people in Mohenjo-Daro was always trading. They did not have so much money is they traded goods. Whenever they trade they use a stamp or seal and used it at labels.
Usually they will trade goods for anything they need. They do distant trading so it takes along time to trade. Well that all for Mohenjo-Daro!! BYE!!!
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