A collection of inscribed objects found along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa. The fragmentary seal on the left is the earliest seal found to date, and depicts a bovine carved in a very archaic style.
The floor slopes down to the southwest corner where a small outlet (top right) leads to a brick drain, which takes the water to the edge of the mound.
A collection of seals and tablets from a single house along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa.
This drain cuts through the edge of the so-called granary. If the entire drain were constructed along with the Great Bath, this feature would indicate that the original "granary" was built before the great bath.
Long rectangular seals and a terra cotta sealing (bottom) with Indus script. The top seal has seven signs of Indus script. The back of this seal is convex and it is perforated from the side.
The corbelled arch drain from the great bath is large enough to walk into. It has a small ledge on either side of the actual drain channel.
Terracotta sealing from Mohenjo-daro depicting a collection of animals and some script symbols. This sealing may have been used in specific rituals as a narrative token that tells the story of an important myth.
Standing on the edge of the mud brick drum of the Buddhist Stupa, one looks south to L Area. The courtyard of the stupa has cells of the associated monastery, and below these are Indus buildings.
Some buildings in L area are constructed on top of a massive mud brick platform that can be seen here as grey-olive mud brick below the eroding red fired bricks.