One of the falling walls in Trench 43 crushed a vessel that belongs to Harappa Period 4 (ca. 1900-1800/1700 BC). In this part of the mound, there appear to be transitional levels between the Harappan and Late Harappan periods.
Ancient Indus civilization and earlier pottery.
Area not known Painted Pottery, red slip with black painted design. 1 2 3 [bottom right] on back going down No. 172 also 1187 penciled in back
Area not known Painted Pottery, red slip with black painted design. 1 [top left] 2 3 4 5 6 7 [bottom right] on back No. 167
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
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.