5000 years ago an impressive culture flourished in the Indus Valley region, which today encompasses parts of India and Pakistan. The civilization that lived there came to be called: Dravidian, or the Indus Valley Civilization or Harappiana.

5000 years ago an impressive culture flourished in the Indus Valley region, which today encompasses parts of India and Pakistan. The civilization that lived there came to be called: Dravidian, or the Indus Valley Civilization or Harappiana.

Harappan Connections: Exhibition embodies artefacts from Indus - The Express Tribune

Harappan Connections: Exhibition embodies artefacts from Indus - The Express Tribune

Article: A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation

Article: A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation

Article: A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation

Article: A New Type of Inscribed Copper Plate from Indus Valley (Harappan) Civilisation

Wet toilet of Harappan Settlements, India, 2500 BC Mohenjodaro in Sindh Province of Modern Pakistan

Wet toilet of Harappan Settlements, India, 2500 BC Mohenjodaro in Sindh Province of Modern Pakistan

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner'...

Banner at the North Gate of Dholavira

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner'...

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner' on the city gate. 2100 BCE

The 10 Harappan alphabets/signs found at the Northern Gate of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization city of Dholavira. Each of these are up to 37 cm high and are thought to have been hung as a 'Banner' on the city gate. 2100 BCE

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A really cool website about the ancient Indus Valley's Harappan Civilization. They traded goods with ancient Ur (in Mesopotamia) using what I call the "Silk Road v1.0." Goods were traded by land and sea.

A really cool website about the ancient Indus Valley's Harappan Civilization. They traded goods with ancient Ur (in Mesopotamia) using what I call the "Silk Road v1.0." Goods were traded by land and sea.

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