Ancient Indus civilization tools.

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

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.

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