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Where: Mohenjo-Daro When: 2450 BCE Place: The Indus River
The homes in Mohenjo-Daro were made of adobe and were built on top of one another with ladders for access.
The bathrooms were rooms that were connected to the sewer system on the street. Many bathrooms had a water supply and some sort of sanitation.
The Great Bath was the earliest public water tank in the ancient world. It was used for religious purposes in which the water was used to purify and renew the well being of the people in it.
Seals were used for trading and were clay or ceramic tags with engravings of animals.
The people of Mohenjo-Daro traded with Mesopotamia and they would trade cotton for minerals tools and other things.
35 pieces of cotton for one axe.
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