indus civilization By caitlin and katie
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Mohenjo-Daro is located in the Indus River Valley Civilization, which is now modern day Pakistan. Archaeologists began to dig up Mohenjo-Daro in 1920.
Homes were made out of dried mud bricks in a kiln. The bricks were made from molds to make them the exact size and shape. Every house had there own well.
The Great Bath was used to physically clean your body, and also to clean your sins. It is a public bath.
Most boats were small. Boats were used for trade. Trading was important to the civilization.
Indus have the first toilets and showers conecter to pipes that lead to the main streets. In the shower people would dump buckets of water over their head and it would drain through the drain. Toilets "flushed" by dumping water into them, and then would drain into the streets.
The seals were like stamps. they were presses into clay to leave a mark. There used to show ownership because most people could not read or write.
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