Indus Civilization by Tyler and Hannah
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Welcome to Pakistan. We are in Mohenjo-Daro, which is located next to India on the northwestern side. It is the largest city in the Indus River Valley Civilization.
Homes here are made out of mud brick baked in a kiln. Our houses also don't have windows facing the streets so that there isn't as much noise an dust.
We have sewers that carry the waste to the main sewer in the middle of the street. We have our own showers and toilets in our houses.
We have public bathes for everybody to use. We use the great bath to cleanse both psychically and spiritually.
We use seals to show possession and as receipts. We need to use them because only scribes can write their name, and not many people are scribes.
Traders bring the needed materials to the craftier and take the finished goods to trade. They may bring things like terracotta pots, beads, god and silver, gemstones and metals.
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