Oxcarts could not reach many of the urban neighborhoods. Pack animals and pedestrians could have used this narrow lane.
Images of and objects from the ancient Indus city of Mohenjo-daro, Sindh.
Area not known This photo shows the excavation of an area with around 17 courses of fallen fired brick eroding off the edge of the mound. No. 45
Triple monkey figurine amulet with hole in center. This miniature carved faience bead or pin ornament shows three monkeys in tight embrace with amused expressions on their faces. Possibly placed on a stick or cord. Possibly molded and carved.
Area not known This photo shows the excavation of an area with around 17 courses of fallen fired brick eroding off the edge of the mound. No. 38
Looking north along First Street. The area to the left has been fully excavated and the area to the right is unexcavated. Later street levels are seen in the background.
Area not known This photo shows a small fired brick platform made with a layer of bricks on edge covered by two courses of bricks laid flat. In the background is a mud brick platform.
Area not known A bathing platform associated with a commode and sump pot. This photo shows a small room with a fired brick floor.
One of the games played by the children of the Indus cities may be represented by terra cotta discs found in graduated sizes.