Ancient Indus civilization tools.

Bone tools

Bone tools from the Ravi Phase levels at Harappa ( c. 3300-2800 BCE) include projectile points (top three objects), a bone awl that may have been used for making basketry (middle) and polished rib fragments that may have been used in weaving.

Part of an antler

Part of an antler, including the burr and the brow tine, shed from a large deer, probably sambhar (Cervus unicolor) or swamp deer (Cervus duvauceli) (H99-3828/8763-01 from Trench 43). This specimen may have been used as a pick or possibly a punch for