By StephanieV. May 20th, 2014
1. The Stupa Mound, Mohenjo-daro, 1962.
2. Low Lane, East of Blocks 4 and 7. Inter. III Level. From North. "Low Lane, 4 ft. 10 ins. wide at the Intermediate III level; in the photograph of this lane, the eastern side of Block 4 is seen between the two men."
3. "Crooked Lane" South of Blocks 4 and 5, DK Area, G Section. This was excavated by Ernest Mackay, who wrote "Fore Lane along the north of this building was 5 ft. wide at the Intermediate III Level [about 20 feet below ground]. There is some uncertainty about the alignment of the foundations of the building seen on the left in this photograph (the S.E. corner Block 7) as it has only been cleared inside to the to Intermediate II level. Crooked Lane on the southern side of Block 4 was 4 ft. 3 ins. wide but the walls on the opposite side rest on mud-brick filling, as is clearly seen in the photograph. There may have been no contemporary building opposite." (MacKay, Further Excavations at Mohenjo-daro, p. 68).
4. Narrow Lane, Mohenjo-daro, Sindh, 1962.