Eastern Wall – Remnant of the eastern wall after the fortification of the city. There are gates on the wall running along its periphery.
Ancient Indus walls.
Deep sounding at the southwestern edge of the so-called "Granary". The excavator is standing in water that has accumulated due to the high water-table.
The western edge of the REM Granary excavations reveal a mass of fired brick that appears to be a single building phase, but is in fact multiple constructions.
No. 1175 "1175 161?" penciled in back
Possibly ACC-Citadel Gateway.
Vertical walls and voids where there would have been streets are visible in what may be the ACC Citadel Gateway excavation area. The exact location is not clear.
No. 55 29 Duplicate photographs
Initial clearing of massive brick structures along the western edge of the REM Granary excavations.
No. 49 matching to 164?
ACC - Citadel Gateway Southeast
Southeast corner of ACC Gateway excavation showing the corner of the later "city wall" and underneath are earlier wall fragments including what looks like small earlier structures.
Individual rooms are 15 by 6 meters long, and have sleeper walls for airspace between them. At each end of the rooms are three raised platforms.