"Objects used for games are not many. Those that may be said to be unmistakable are balls and marbles in stone, shell, faience and pottery; dice of the same materials except shell; and some gamesmen of tetrahedral or chessman shape, the latter hardly distinguishable from baetyls."
Ancient Indus Civilization games and game pieces.
This excerpt refers to mound F excavations in Extension Ab. "Another trial trench which had to be cut through a thick layer of earth and debris revealed a huge mass of broken earthen vessels of different shapes and designs varying in size from small
Glazed steatite gaming piece, faience bead, and unfinished steatite seal (H99-3860/8756-30) from Room 202 (Trench 43).