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Public well, Harappa
A large public well and public bathing platforms were found in the southern part of Mound AB at Harappa. These public bathing areas may also have been used for washing clothes as is common in many traditional cities in Pakistan and India today. Working Platforms, Harappa
To the south of the granary or great hall at Harappa is an area with numerous circular working platforms that were built inside small rooms or courtyards. These circular working platforms may have been used for husking grain. One of these circular platforms had what may have been a large wooden mortar placed in the center. Mound E and ET, Harappa
An overview of Mound E and ET looking north. Inside the city to the right of the corbelled drain and gateway is an area of the city that has been identified as a crafts quarter. Large quantities of manufacturing debris have been found in this area indicating the presence of workshops for making stone beads, shell ornaments, glazed faience ornaments, stone tools and possibly even gold working.
Toy boat, Harappa
Terra cotta toy boat from Harappa. Such toys may have been used by children Unicorn Seal, Mohenjo-daro
A collar or additional folds encircle the throat. In front of the unicorn is a ritual offering stand with droplets of water or sacred liquid along the bottom of the bowl. The top portion of the stand depicts a square grid or sieve, that actually may have been a circular cylinder. 

Material- white fired glazed steatite
Dimensions- 5.08 x 5.08 cm
Mohenjo-daro, HR 743
National Museum, Karachi, NMP 50.192
Marshall 1931- pl. CIII, 8
Unicorn Seal, Mohenjo-daro
A relatively long inscription of eight symbols runs along the top of the seal. The elongated body and slender arching neck is typical of unicorn figurines, as are the tail with bushy end and the bovine hooves. This figure has a triple incised line depicting a pipal leaf shaped blanket or halter, while most unicorn figures have only a double incised line. The arching horn is depicted as if spiraling or ribbed, and the jowl is incised with multiple folds
Bison seal, Mohenjo-daro
This is a flat square double sided seal. On one side, four script symbols are inscribed in reverse, above a bison with head lowered to the feeding trough. A swastika motif turning counter clockwise is carved on the reverse. The seal is perforated from the side along the axis of the animal motif. 

Material- gray brown unfired steatite
Dimensions- 2.04 x 2.04 cm, 0.74 cm thickness
Mohenjo-daro, HR 4503
Mohenjo-daro Museum, 50.258, MM 487
Marshall 1931- pl. CX, 311
Seals and tablets
A collection of seals and tablets from a single house along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa. The association of these different types of objects together in one house show that some people, possibly merchants, were using a wide variety of inscribed objects Seal, Mohenjo-daro
Terracotta sealing from Mohenjo-daro depicting a collection of animals and some script symbols. This sealing may have been used in specific rituals as a narrative token that tells the story of an important myth
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