Photographs by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer and Richard H. Meadow, Co-Directors, Harappa Archaeological Research Project (HARP). Drs. Kenoyer and Meadow are shown here in front of Mound AB, Harappa, in 1996.

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Special thanks to the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Pakistan, which holds custody of the sites and objects depicted in these slides. The objects may be found at:

The Exploration and Excavation Branch, Department of Archaeology and Museums, Karachi, Sindh
The Harappa Museum , Harappa, Punjab
The Islamabad Museum, Islamabad, Pakistan
The Mohenjo-daro Museum, Mohenjo-daro, Sindh
The National Museum, Karachi, Sindh

The Harappa Archaeological Research Project (HARP) is a joint venture of a team led by Richard H. Meadow (Harvard University: Project Director), Jonathan Mark Kenoyer (University of Wisconsin, Madison: Co-Project and Field Director), and Rita P. Wright (New York University: Assistant Project Director) in collaboration with the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Pakistan. Before 1992, the project was known as the University of California, Berkeley, Archaeological Research Project at Harappa and was led by the late George F. Dales (1927-1992).