Indus Civilization by Tiana and Alexis

Indus Civilization by Tiana and Alexis
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  • Cows are considered sacred and can prove how wealthy one is.
  • Welcome to the Indus River Valley, the land here is very fertile due to the Indus River.
  • We don't have windows facing the street to keep out noise and dust.
  • Our houses are made of mud brick, but instead of letting them cook in the sun, we bake them in a kiln. This makes them stronger and they last longer.
  • We have a shower room where we pour water over our heads. The dirty water goes into the drain that is located on the floor.
  • Our civilization made the first toilets and showers that connect to a sewer system that leads to the main drain in our street.
  • Modern Hindus continue to practice religious bathing today.
  • We cleanse in the Great Baths both physically and spiritually.
  • Here in the Indus River Valley, we make seals which is a stamp pressed into wet clay to make an impression.
  • We use seals to show ownership of something or as a receipt.
  • Us traders are responsible for bringing needed materials for workers, and taking finished goods away to other civilizations.
  • Some of the things that we might bring are Terracotta pots, silver, beads, gold, and colored gem stones.
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