Pottery from section IB (Niai Buthi).
Ancient Indus civilization and earlier pottery.
There are several photographs of the earthen jar D27 that was found on Mound A-B. This was one of the earliest complete pots discovered at Harappa. That this pot was one of the images published by Marshall in his announcement in the Illustrated
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.
"The sites F and A-B and some of the other mounds bid fair to yield many more valuable relics and the deep ravines cut by rain water afford convenient places for reaching the earlier strata with comparatively little trouble.