These rooms of a house are located at the edge of the area excavated by Dr. G. F. Dales in 1964 (UM Area). The room has a nodule floor fill and clearly defined fired brick walls.
Ancient Indus civilization room excavations and drawings.
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.
The small room in the center of the photograph contained 14 skeletons, thought to be the remains of a massacre.
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.
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.
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.