[Original 1931 text] On 29th December, 1925, 1 foot below the surface, part of a skeleton was discovered above what proved later to be the southern wall of Room 74 of House V, Section B.
Images of and objects from the ancient Indus city of Mohenjo-daro, Sindh.
REM Granary The edge of the "granary" structure was damaged by the ancient construction of the drain for the Great Bath that is seen at the left edge of the photo.
The Great Bath was entered using two wide staircases, one from the north and one from the south. The floor of the tank is watertight due to finely fitted bricks laid on edge with gypsum plaster.
REM Granary Workmen are seen at different levels of the so called granary structure to provide scale for this massive building. The upper worker is sitting in a narrow walkway between blocks of brick foundations.
Photographed between 1922-27 and published in Sir John Marshall, Mohenjodaro and The Indus Civilization (1931).
At the foot of the stairs is a small ledge with a brick edging that extends the entire width of the pool. People coming down the stairs could move along this ledge without actually stepping into the pool itself.
The side walls of the tank were constructed with finely fitted bricks and a thick layer of bitumen (natural tar) was laid along the sides of the tank to keep water from seeping through the walls and up into the superstructure.
REM Granary Western edge of the Citadel mound to the south of the granary with multiple rooms of houses located along east-west street. The stupa is seen in the background. No. 122A
[Original 1931 text] At Harappa several examples of this mode of sepulture [complete inhumation], which are unquestionably orthodox, have already been expposed in the lower stratum of Cemetery H, and more are likely to come to view as the excavation