Pottery from section IB (Niai Buthi).
Ancient Indus civilization and earlier pottery.
This pile represents sorted and discarded pottery sherds from continuing excavations at Harappa since 1985.
Careful excavation of the contents of the Kot Diji phase storage jar revealed a treasure of garbage that can tell us about the food the Kot Dijian people ate and discarded.
A terra cotta pestle that may have been used for sanding wooden planks was found discarded along with broken pottery in an early Harappan Period 3B deposit in Trench 54.
At the bottom of the Kot Diji phase storage vessel was a broken lid and charcoal that was used for dating the fill inside the pot.
Buff "Nal"- pottery with typical pattern from the surface, eastern slope, central portion (Niai Buthi).
Numerous pots and hearths were discovered in mud-brick buildings along the western edge of the N-S oriented Kot Diji phase street.