Mohenjo-daro
Updated: 5/7/2018
Mohenjo-daro
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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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