Randall Law and Shamoon excavating a red stoneware bangle in Period 3C levels just below the surface in Trench 43.
Excavators working at ancient Indus Valley civilization sites.
Excavations of a large late Period 3C pit in Trench 43 resulted in the discovery of many broken figurines of humans and animals.
After completing the excavation, the trenches were filled with sifted sediment and the "granary" structures were covered with a protective plaster made of clay and straw.
In addition to documentation with still photography, J. Mark Kenoyer videoed the "granary" areas excavated and narrated details of the stratigraphy and of the brick construction.
Excavations were conducted in the narrow space running west from the buttresses and between the interior walls to determine what was inside of the "granary" structure.