Area Not known A collection of stone and terracotta beads from the excavations of Wheeler 1950. The top row (from left to right) has two bleached carnelian beads, followed by banded agate and possibly soft stone beads.
Images of and objects from the ancient Indus city of Mohenjo-daro, Sindh.
As structures were filled and street levels were raised, the drains eventually became useless and were blocked with debris and brick walls.
Area not known This painted vessel fragment has a unique polychromatic painting and appears to be the base of a short pedestalled vessel. No. 101 also 1113 [actually 11113 may be a mistake] penciled in back
This general view of DK-G area shows multiple walls built at different time and two wells that were used up until the last phase of occupation.
Area not known Painted Pottery, red slip with black painted design. 1 [top left], 2 [top right], 3 [middle left], 4 [large piece], in back of objects No. 168
This view into two small rooms shows tapered walls that were built to support a second floor. Later rooms were built directly on top of these walls because they provided a strong foundation.
Local farmers near Mohenjo-daro breed bulls for racing with small carts. This pair has just won a race.
Area not known Painted Pottery, red slip with black painted design. 1 [top left] 2 [top right] 3 [bottom left] 4 [bottom right] on back No. 169
As houses were built on top of earlier structures, the windows and doorways were blocked up. Notice the changing alignments as the walls were remodeled.