Part of an antler, including the burr and the brow tine, shed from a large deer, probably sambhar (Cervus unicolor) or swamp deer (Cervus duvauceli) (H99-3828/8763-01 from Trench 43). This specimen may have been used as a pick or possibly a punch for
Harappa Mound F (the "Granary") related images.
Section drawing of the cut through the Mound F city wall and adjoining interior street, facing east (Trench 41NE).
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
Excavations along the northeast perimeter of Mound F (Trench 41NE) identified traces of a massive mud-brick wall that protected the interior settlement (to the left) from floods and unwanted visitors.