A massive block of brick architecture at the southeast corner of the "citadel" mound was thought to represent a gateway with large brick bastions. Later construction of a wall (in the center of the photo) blocked the entryway.
Images of and objects from the ancient Indus city of Mohenjo-daro, Sindh.
REM Granary Overview of a small room and passage way with sockets for holding vertical wooden beams. The beams were wedged in with smaller brick fragments to holt them tightly in the sockets. No. 95 also 1105 pencilled in
Male head probably broken from a seated sculpture. Finely braided or wavy combed hair tied into a double bun on the back of the head and a plain fillet or headband with two hanging ribbons falling down the back (39). The upper lip is shaved and a
Built on top of a tapered brick platform, this building had a solid brick foundation that extended for 50 meters east west and 27 meters north south.
REM I Deep sounding at the southwestern edge of the so-called "Granary". The excavator is standing in water that has accumulated due to the high water-table.
The eroding wells and a wall built up against the granary show that much of the area to the north of the granary was filled with debris and later buildings.
SD area - Southeast Stupa and Indus period structures (looking north) from walkway between SD and L Areas. The structural remains on the right belong to the Indus period and are built on a sloping area between SD and L areas.
SD area - Southeast Excavation of area to the east of a modern pathway through the site. Possibly the area between SD and L areas on the Citadel mound.