Many broken and some complete faience beads of different colors were recovered in the eroded surface layers of the slope on the south side of Trench 54.
Ancient Indus Civilization Jewelry.
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).
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
Triple monkey figurine amulet with hole in center. This miniature carved faience bead or pin ornament shows three monkeys in tight embrace with amused expressions on their faces. Possibly placed on a stick or cord. Possibly molded and carved.
Artifacts found in one excavation unit from the Trench 54 South workshop include raw steatite, sawn blocklets, incised tablets, a broken mold, and numerous faience beads as well as faience tablets.
In the street levels above the drain a collection of banded sandstone and banded terracotta beads were discovered.
The body may have been wrapped in a shroud, and was then placed inside a wooden coffin, which was entombed in a rectangular pit surrounded with burial offerings in pottery vessels.
Randall Law and Shamoon excavating a red stoneware bangle in Period 3C levels just below the surface in Trench 43.