Plan view of the portion of perimeter wall  excavated in 2001. The pattern of the bricks suggests a complicated series of additions to the inside of the structure that are not yet well understood.
Ancient Indus civilization maps including sitemaps.
Cross-sections inside (top) and outside (bottom) of perimeter wall . The wall itself, being of mud-brick, was heavily eroded, sometimes to a lower elevation than the adjoining more densely packed street debris.
Plan view of the east side of Mound E and the west side of Mound ET showing areas excavated between 1993 and 2001 (Trenches 9, 10, 11). The massive perimeter wall of Mound E encloses architectural remains of Harappa phase Periods 3B and 3C and
Plan view of Trench 39N Harappa phase levels with locations noted for some finds including the ring stones, terracotta beads, and sandstone beads. The baked brick drain (Feature 8) probably dates to sometime in Period 3B (ca.
Plan view of Trench 39N Kot Diji phase levels (Period 2: 2800-2600 BC) with locations noted for major finds: sealing, elephant seal, inscribed sherds, limestone weight. This area appears to have been a street running between mud-brick structures.
This plan shows concentrations of bead manufacturing debris on several superimposed Ravi phase floor levels that indicate the positions of actual work areas.
Plan of Vat's excavations showing circular platforms. In some cases remnants of the baked brick walls that probably surrounded each platform can be seen on the plan, although earlier and later walls are also shown. From M.S.
Section drawing of the cut through the Mound F city wall and adjoining interior street, facing east (Trench 41NE).
Plan view of the so-called "granary" or "parallel-wall structure" on Mound F at Harappa indicating areas of HARP excavations conducted in 1997 and 1999. Note that the structural remains surrounding the "granary" are, for the most part, later than the