indus civilization

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  • Sindh, Pakistan Larkana District West of Indus River 2500 BCE
  • Mohenjo-daro
  • Over 3,500 seals have been found so far
  • All Indus river homes had a flat roof
  • Most Indus River homes had their own wells located inside 
  • pools were regularly drianed to ensure cleanliness
  • The Baths were around 49 feet long, 28 feet wide and 8 feet deep
  • Public shower room
  • Terracotta pipes were used to bring waste down on to the streets
  • The great bath is Approximately 12 meters North to South and 7 meters wide, with a maximum depth of 2.4 meters
  • The Great Bath was mainly used for religious practice, Some people weren’t even allowed to enter the Great Bath because they were poor or not pure
  • All seals are carved out of stone and then fired to make them more durable
  • The most typical Indus seal is square, with a set of symbols along the top, an animal in the center, and one or more symbols at the bottom
  • How to make seals
  • Some goods that were traded were terracotta pots, beads, gold, silver
  •  Indus traded with many different civilizations like Persia, Mesopotamia and China
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