Gola Dhoro, Bagasra, gateway looking northwest over surrounding salt plains from the top of the mound.
Ancient Indus Civilization gateway and gateway related objects.
Using interpretations presented in Meadow and others (1995), a reconstruction of the bastion/gateway area was completed in EarthVision. The computer reconstructions were based on an artistic rendering completed by HARP archaeologists.
The structures located at the southeastern corner of Mound E consists of a complex of massive baked brick/mud brick walls and baked brick drain complex.
ACC - Citadel Gateway Southeast Excavations of the gateway area viewed from the southeast, looking northwest. The brick walls and rooms are visible just below the surface of the mound. No. 33
The overall gateway structure, including the street and side drains is bonded at either edge (east and west) by massive mud brick bastions, representing the Mound E and Mound ET perimeter walls.
Photograph of gateway excavations, 1995. A series of side rooms were also excavated along the eastem edge of the gateway in 1995. The latest phase of construction also included a large east-west oriented doorway leading through the eastem edge of the
ACC - Citadel Gateway Southeast Room associated with the massive fired brick walls at the southeastern corner of the Citadel Mound. Wheeler identified this structure as a fortification wall and postern gate. No. 110 also 1114 pencilled in back
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. No. 112