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The Mohenjo-Daro is located in Indus Valley was built around 2500 BCE. It is on the Indus River.
Mohenjo-Daro houses had a "street grid" similar to the ones today. The houses were made out of "mud bricks." They made the bricks by mixing straw and mud. After that, the left the bricks in the sun to dry.
They made the earliest flush toilets. " The toilet holes would be flushed by emptying a jar of water, drawn from the house's central well, through a clay brick pipe and into a shared brick drain, that would feed into an adjacent soakpit." The soakpit would be emptied periodically.
The Great bath was like a swimming pool that was used for special religious purposes such as purifying and renewing the bathers.
Seals were often used for trade. Seal were used from right to left.
People in Mohenjo-Daro often traded wheat, rice, lentils, chickens, figs, sugar, salt, pepper, cotton, cinnamon and spices.
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