Excavated Bangle, Harappa. A just discovered terra-cotta bangle. Harappa, Pakistan.
The Indus Valley: Mohenjo-daro, Harappa - molded tablet showing a female deity battling two tigers and standing above an elephant. A single Indus script depicting a spoked wheel is above the head of the deity
The "Priest King" statue of carved soapstone found in 1927 at Mohenjo-daro, the most famous center of the ancient Harappan civilization of Pakistan and India's Indus Valley. Along with its contemporaries in Egypt, Mesopotamia and Crete, this sophisticated society (c. 3300–1300 BC) was one of the world's earliest major urban civilizations. National Museum, Karachi, Pakistan.
Mysterious white rings made of brick dot the landscape where Harappan people lived, but archaeologists do not know the function. One guess is platforms for spreading and drying of grains. Source: North Park University, Chicago, Illinois.
Polychrome terracotta humpbacked bull. Indus Valley, 3rd millennium B.C.
A golden seal found at Harappa has the engraving of a bull and some writing in pictographic text.
Terracotta humpbacked bull. Indus Valley, 3rd millennium B.C.
El valle del Indo: Mohenjo-Daro, Harappa - El hombre antiguo y Sus primeras civilizaciones
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Archeologists working along the Changis-sur-Marne riverbank about 30 miles (50 Km) east of Paris, after unearthing the rare near complete skeleton of a mammoth, which has been christened “Helmut". The remains which include four connected vertebrae and a complete pelvis, dating back some 200,000-500,000 years ago, were discovered by accident during excavations at an Ancient Roman site. ArtDaily Newsletter: Thursday, November 08, 2012 - Inbox - Yahoo! Mail