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The Mohenjo-Daro are indus people who existed 5,000 years ago in the modern countries of Pakistan and northern India and they where located next too the indus river.
The Mohenjo-Daro people use mud bricks to use build their homes.Once they don't have any space in their homes they build houses built on top of houses.
The inus people didnt use money to get the things they need they traded with other people who travel in far small boats.Some of the items they traded where like silver,metals, and bread.
They didn't really have toilets,showers and sinks like what we have today .They would use a flat surface they called "shower tray" as their showers that they used.The indus people dirty water that they used flowed into pipes on to a drain in to the street.
The great bath is the earliest public water tank in the ancient world.The people there could step on a ledge of the pool making it able to grab water.
The indus people used seals when they traded with other people in the ancient time.They would be made on clay tags use to seal the rope made around bundles of their goods.
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