REM Granary Initial clearing of massive brick structures along the western edge of the REM Granary excavations. No. 49 matching to 164?
Ancient Indus walls.
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.
The interior of the city wall shows mud bricks made from different colors of clay used during different phases of construction.
Superimposed street levels inside the city wall indicate that this area was kept clear until the last phase of the Period 3C occupation when structures were built encroaching onto the street (Trench 41NE)
Built on top of a tapered brick platform, this building had a solid brick foundation that extended for 50 meters east west and 27 meters north south.
REM I 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 eroding wells and a wall built up against the granary show that much of the area to the north of the granary was filled with debris and later buildings.