Narrow brick walls define the outlines of a small room or courtyard in the low-lying area between L and SD Areas on the Citadel Mound.
Ancient Indus civilization room excavations and drawings.
After removing the fallen walls, the interiors of the rooms were found to be filled with surprises. Here in Room 202 were scattered clay tops, beads, and inscribed seals (Trench 43).
A small room located at the edge of the street (in the center of the photograph) is where fourteen skeletons of so-called massacre victims were discovered.
This room in VS area was made with bricks set on edge to create a watertight floor. A small well was located in the southeast corner (top right) and circular brick depressions were set into the floor, presumably to hold pottery vessels.
The small room in the center of the photograph contained 14 skeletons, thought to be the remains of a massacre.
This view into two small rooms shows tapered walls that were built to support a second floor. Later rooms were built directly on top of these walls because they provided a strong foundation.