Indus Civilization by Tiana and Alexis
By tnaylor2020, Updated
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Cows are considered sacred and can prove how wealthy one is.
Welcome to the Indus River Valley, the land here is very fertile due to the Indus River.
We don't have windows facing the street to keep out noise and dust.
Our houses are made of mud brick, but instead of letting them cook in the sun, we bake them in a kiln. This makes them stronger and they last longer.
We have a shower room where we pour water over our heads. The dirty water goes into the drain that is located on the floor.
Our civilization made the first toilets and showers that connect to a sewer system that leads to the main drain in our street.
Modern Hindus continue to practice religious bathing today.
We cleanse in the Great Baths both physically and spiritually.
Here in the Indus River Valley, we make seals which is a stamp pressed into wet clay to make an impression.
We use seals to show ownership of something or as a receipt.
Us traders are responsible for bringing needed materials for workers, and taking finished goods away to other civilizations.
Some of the things that we might bring are Terracotta pots, silver, beads, gold, and colored gem stones.
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