Excavators working at ancient Indus Valley civilization sites.
The pedestaled basketry impression was covered with plastic and a plaster jacket applied to hold the column together when the sediment was cut loose.
The discovery of a button seal is always exciting. Mushtaq, one of the excavation assistants from Harappa Town is proud to have found the second seal of the 1998 excavation season.
HARP co-directors J. Mark Kenoyer and Richard Meadow discuss the excavation of a Kot Diji phase storage jar that was later covered by a hearth.
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.
Stupa Area 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
In Kot Diji phase sediment that had washed into the street, Brad Chase discovered a button seal (close-up in 44) quite similar to seals recovered from the site of Rehman Dheri in to the Northwest in the Gomal Valley.