Ancient Indus Civilization Jewelry.
Red stoneware bangle (H2000-4490/9843-01) with no inscription. The lack of inscription may indicate that this may have been a place where the bangles were stored prior to inscribing them for distribution.
Randall Law and Shamoon excavating a red stoneware bangle in Period 3C levels just below the surface in Trench 43.
Detail of terracotta bangle with red and white trefoil on a green background (H98-3516/8667-01 from Trench 43). Trefoil motifs are carved on the robe of the so-called "priest-king" statuette from Mohenjo-daro and are also known from contemporary
Terracotta bangle fragments decorated with red trefoils outlined in white on a green ground from late Period 3C deposits in Trench 43. This image shows both sides of the two fragments (H98-3516/8667-01 & H98-3517/8679-01).
Unique cylindrical object made of maroon and white faience from Harappa (H99-3856/8756-26 from Trench 43, length = 21.9 mm). Numerous examples of this identical type of bead have been found in other parts of Harappa, but this may have been where they
A small faience ram amulet recovered from the fill associated with the southwestern edge of the "granary" platform. (Trench 41SW, H97-3434/7650-01, Length = 21.8 mm)