Around the Indus in 90 Slides 2

The Latest Discoveries at Harappa 1995-1998 include the earliest Indus writing, a 133 bead pot, 16 tablets, and more.

By Richard H. Meadow and Jonathan Mark Kenoyer and based on work by the Harappa Archaeological Research Project (HARP) of which they are Co-Directors.

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The original 1999 version of this section on a black background can be seen at old.harappa.com.

1. Interaction networks of the Ravi Phase
2. Map of Harappa archaeological site
3. Trench 39 South
4. Harappa Excavation team
5. Harappa Trench 39S
6. Trench 39 North Excavations
7. Harappa Excavation Crew
8. Ravi Phase Pit
9. Ravi Phase Floor
10. Ravi Phase Pottery Fragments
11. Hand-built Pot
12. Ravi Phase Motifs
13. Master Potter
14. Ravi Phase Pot
15. Ravi Phase Cooking Pot
16. Ravi Phase Pedestaled vessel
17. Harappa Potters
18. Terra cotta bull figurine
19. Female Figurines
20. Figurine
21. Terra cotta necklace find
22. Terra cotta bead necklace
23. Terra cotta beads
24. Textile Evidence
25. Textile impressions
26. Bone tools
27. Steatite bead necklace
28. Steatite beads
29. Ravi Phase beads
30. Small pot
31. Gold Disc
32. "Priest King" Forehead
33. Ancient Indus Jewellery
34. Inscribed Ravi sherd
35. Kot Dijian Phase Symbols
36. Inscribed mold fragment
37. Inscribed sherds
38. Button seal
39. Button seal find
40. Button seal
41. Inscribed sherd, Kot Dijian Phase
42. Sherd with signs
43. Unicorn seal
44. Inscribed rim sherd
45. Inscribed storage jar
46. Sealing find
47. Seal impression
48. Three clay sealings
49. Raw Materials and Trade Networks
50. Eastern edge of Mound E
51. Trench 11
52. Molded tablets
53. Eastern edge of Mound E
54. City Wall
55. Unicorn seal
56. Sixteen three sided tablets
57. Electron Microscope analysis
58. Electron microscope analysis
59. Three groups of tablets
60. Stroke direction
61. Two inscribed tablets
62. Inscribed sherd, Harappa Phase
63. "Granary area"
64. Unicorn seal
65. Harappa Trench 39 North
66. Long rectangular seal with no animal motif
67. Mound F, looking towards Mound AB
68. Circular platform
69. New circular platform
70. Seal Fragment
71. Major Sites and Interaction Networks
72. Dish or lid
73. Dish-on-stand
74. Large burial urn
75. Three vessels
76. Excavation team
77. Cemetery H house
78. Trench 38
79. Small pot
80. Bead Pot

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