The Harappa Archaeological Research Project's excavations at Harappa have yielded new troves of information about ancient Indus life, craft production, and preceding cultures like the Ravi Phase.
Essays on the recent archaeological discoveries of ancient Indus Valley sites and the excavations of Harappa.
Ravi Phase and Kot Diji Phase Occupations On the northern part of Mound AB (Figure 1) excavations in 1996 were undertaken in both the Ravi (Hakra) Phase (Period 1: 3300-2800 BCE) and the Kot Diji
Harappa Phase Occupation: Chronology and Fortification Wall Since 1986, excavations of the Harappa Phase occupations (2600-1900 BCE), have been conducted on all of the major mounds and in low lying
Harappa Phase Occupation: Granary or Great Hall One of the most famous buildings at Harappa is the so-called "Great Granary" (Trench II) that was first excavated under the supervision of Rai Bahadur
Harappa Phase Occupation: Circular Working Platforms and Mound E, Southwest The circular working platforms located to the south of the "granary" or Great Hall are also among the best known features at
Late Harappa Phase, Conclusion, and References Harappa is perhaps the only urban center where it has been possible to trace the transition from the Harappan to the Late Harappan (Cemetery H) period.