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Mohenjo-daro is an archaeological site in Sindh, Pakistan, and was built around 2,500 B.C.
The Homes of Mohenjo-daro were built with mud and fired bricks. Mud bricks were made by mixing mud and straw. Then the bricks wree dried in the sun.
Toilets of Mohenjo-daro are not like this. Toilets of Mohenjo -daro were holes in stone!
The Great Bath of Mohenjo-daro is a place where water was "purified" or where water was stored for bathing or other uses.
Seals were made to make sealings. Sealings were used in trade.They were like clay tags hanging on bundles of goods.
People of Mohenjo-daro would trade crops and craft goods for gold, copper, and turquoise
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