Egypt and Persia.
Greece and Rome.
Mesopotamia and Egypt.
Rome and Egypt.
In the lower city.
In the citadel.
On their rooftops.
Near their farms outside the city walls.
Their workshops were made of mud bricks
Indus Valley cities such as Harappa and Mohenjo Daro are nearly identical to one another.
Their streets were laid out in a grid pattern.
Their stone seals were found as far away as Mesopotamia.
Some of their houses were larger than others.
All of the towns in the Indus Valley were heavily armed.
The ancient texts repeat one name over and over again.
Hundreds of Harappan cities, spread across a vast area, share a similar design.
Archaeologists found an ancient clay statue that shows a strong ruler.
Homes made of bricks.
Streets paved with bricks.
High walls around the city.
An advanced sewer system.
The wrath of the gods.
A fighting pit matching gladiator-like warriors against one another.
A public bath.
A place to store grain.
A place to make and store wine.
Archaeologists have found written descriptions.
Ancient clay statues.
Remains of an old robe.
Hindu Kush civilization.
Indus Valley civilization.
Agriculture and trade.
Warfare, conquest, and tribute.
Reasons that the Harappans needed a strong leader.
Problems with living near a river.
Theories about the decline of Indus Valley civilization.
Reasons that Indus Valley civilization began.
Indus River Valley.
Ganges River Valley.