This Period 4 globular pot (H99/8763-503) was found crushed beneath a fallen wall in Trench 43 (see image 59). The rough textured exterior was covered with a thick layer of blackened clay that indicates it was a type of cooking pot and not for water
Ancient Indus civilization and earlier pottery.
Area not known Pottery sherds illustrating different types of surface decoration. One sherd of a distinctive Indus bowl has a molded Indus script on the exterior of the base.
Period 4 (Late Harappan transitional) kiln with hollow lower fire box and arched floor with holes for allowing heat to enter the upper firing chamber. This type of kiln was introduced at Harappa ca.
Collection of reconstructed pottery from the late levels of Trench 43. These shapes include the final Harappan forms (late Period 3C) and transitional Late Harappan period shapes (Period 4).
One of the games played by the children of the Indus cities may be represented by terra cotta discs found in graduated sizes.