ACC - Citadel Gateway Southeast Upper levels of fill with lots of broken pottery in a room made of fired brick walls.
Images of and objects from the ancient Indus city of Mohenjo-daro, Sindh.
[Original 1931 text] "Houses XXV and XXVI are built on the foundations of a large structure of the Intermediate I Period, of which onoy the back or west wall has been exposed. House XXV faces towards the south and like No.
Local villagers cross the site in a donkey cart in the early morning mist, with the Buddhist stupa perched on top of the "citadel" mound. The modern road winds through the low-lying area between the "citadel" and "lower town."
These two local boys decided to hang out in the ancient city after delivering a pot of milk to their father who is one of the site watchmen. The distinctive decorated hat worn by the older boy is worn throughout Sindh province in Pakistan.
Mackay continues about the building in Block 22 (p. 153): "There are, for instance, two footings, each about 6 ins. Wide, along the southern side of room 3, the lower one 8.3 ft. and the other 6.2 ft.
Photographed between 1922-27 and published in Sir John Marshall, Mohenjodaro and The Indus Civilization (1931).
What are the similarities between these this white limestone head found at Mundigak in southern Afghanistan and the so-called "Priest King" from Mohenjo-daro? Massimo Vidale offers a fascinating conjectural yet evidence-based discussion in his