Jonathan Mark Kenoyer

Slides on the archaeology and excavation of ancient Indus Valley sites including Harappa by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Toilets, HR area

Two structure with a hole and drain located are thought to have been toilets. While these two structures may have been unique examples of toilets, most people would have used old pots set into the ground as commodes.

Toilet, HR area

Toilets would have been an essential feature in Mohenjo-daro, but the early excavators identified most toilets as post-cremation burial urns or sump pots. This brick structure (one of two - see Slide 48) had a hole in the top that was connected to a

House I, HR area

House A1 may have been a temple or palace of an important leader. Two doorways lead to a narrow courtyard at a lower level. A double staircase leads to an upper courtyard surrounded by several rooms.

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