Fascinating Facts About Indus Valley Civilization - People of Indus Valley Civilization traded goods and they were first to use wheel transport. The most interesting thing they produced were the “seals” which they used as the identification markers on their goods and clay tablets. The seals contain their written language and many interesting designs of creatures, animals and people (mainly gods?).

Fascinating Facts About Indus Valley Civilization - People of Indus Valley Civilization traded goods and they were first to use wheel transport. The most interesting thing they produced were the “seals” which they used as the identification markers on their goods and clay tablets. The seals contain their written language and many interesting designs of creatures, animals and people (mainly gods?).

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner' on the city gate. 2100 BCE

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner' on the city gate. 2100 BCE

The Indus Valley: Mohenjo-daro, Harappa - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

The Indus Valley: Mohenjo-daro, Harappa - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

Platform for grinding grains, archaeological site of Harappa, Indus Valley civilization

Platform for grinding grains, archaeological site of Harappa, Indus Valley civilization

indus valley pottery | Indus Valley Chanhudaro Geometric Pot

indus valley pottery | Indus Valley Chanhudaro Geometric Pot

Indus Valley Civilization, Mohenjo Daro, Harappan Culture - Crystalinks

Indus Valley Civilization, Mohenjo Daro, Harappan Culture - Crystalinks

Jar, Indus Valley Tradition, Harappan Phase, Quetta, Southern Baluchistan, Pakistan, c. 2500-1900 BC - Royal Ontario Museum - DSC09717 - Indus Valley Civilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jar, Indus Valley Tradition, Harappan Phase, Quetta, Southern Baluchistan, Pakistan, c. 2500-1900 BC - Royal Ontario Museum - DSC09717 - Indus Valley Civilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Covered sewer drains, Harappa, archaeological site of civilization of Indus Valley

Covered sewer drains, Harappa, archaeological site of civilization of Indus Valley

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