Detail of domestic structures with hearths and large jars set into the floor (Trench 41 NE).
Hearths from ancient Indus civilization and earlier sites.
Also in a room encroaching onto the street were the upturned rim of a jar (on left) and two bases (center and right) that were used as hearths (Trench 41NE). The pottery base hearths could have been lifted and moved to different parts of the room
Numerous pots and hearths were discovered in mud-brick buildings along the western edge of the N-S oriented Kot Diji phase street.
A broken terracotta bird cage (near the scale at right) was discovered next to the remains of a broken storage jar that had been reused as a hearth (near the scale at left) (Trench 43).