Excavators working at ancient Indus Valley civilization sites.
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.
ACC - Citadel Gateway Southeast
Excavations of the gateway area viewed from the southeast, looking northwest. The brick walls and rooms have been fully exposed. See slide 26Q for a view from the north.
Group photo with Sir Mortimer Wheeler, along with other team members and the large staff of workers. Wheeler is third from left in front row.
No.93B "1020 93B" penciled in back
View looking south along the western edge of the REM Granary excavations. Multiple rooms were exposed erodiing from this part of the mound.
I currently work as a forensic anthropologist and archaeologist for the U.S. government. I am also the Assistant Field Director of the Harappa Archaeological Research Project (HARP) in central Punjab, Pakistan.
Four Harappan workshops were excavated, including site 480 from which more than 35,000 artefacts were collected. Most of them were debitage flakes, but also included narrow blades, bladelets and accurately made bullet cores.
The excavation of quarry-pit 862 (map) underway with Drs. F. Negrino (archaeologist), C. Ottomano (paleopedologist) and E. Starnini (archaeologist).
During the surveys, a Castiglioni Brothers helium balloon was employed to take photographs from various altitudes. Thanks to this technique, 800 slides and black and white photographs were taken in five days.