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Architecture of Indus Valley Civilization
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Pottery Copper tools Cubicle weights

Arti vaghela
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Arti vaghela
2 years ago
thank u $ubrat keep learning
Superb I really a poor in study but now I m understand everything
thank you ma'am! really useful coarse. :)
AWESOME COURSE MA'AM..THANK U VERY MUCH
Arti vaghela
2 years ago
thank you too
Mam,please make more lessons on another topics
Arti vaghela
2 years ago
Next is Buddhist architecture
  1. INDUS VALLEY ARCHITECTURE PRESENTED BY ARTI WAGHELA


  2. ARCHITECTURE Pottery . Cubical weights Seals Beads . Copper tools


  3. INDUS VALLEY POTTERY Bowls , jars, vessels Red & black Hand made or wheel made


  4. Material : Terracotta o Types : Plain and painted


  5. METHODS FOR DECORATION OF POTTERY ARCHITECTURE . Geometrical patterns . Circles, Squares, Triangles . Figures of animals, birds, snakes, fish Tree pattern


  6. DECORATION OF POTTERY


  7. . Cylindrical THE HARAPPAN POTTERY bottles oTumblers o Narrow necked vases Flasks Goblets


  8. INDUS VALLEY CUBICAL WEIGHTS . Graduated sizes . Controlling trade . Collecting taxes Smallest weight : 0.856 gms . Common weight: 13.7 gms


  9. BINARY SYSTEM DECIMAL SYSTEM 16th ratio 100 times the weight of 16th ration


  10. COPPER TOOLS Flint : tools made up of stone Copper & Tin mixed to make "BRONZE".


  11. Q. The Indus valley people knew the use of: A.) Gold, Silver, Copper, Bronze but not Iron B.) Copper, Iron, Gold but not Bronze C.) Silver, Lead, Iron but not Gold D.) Gold, Tin, Bronze but not Copper (A.) Gold, Silver, Copper, Bronze but not Iron


  12. Q. During the Indus Valley civilization period the dominant number used for weights and measures was A.) 8 B) 6 C) 10 D.j 16 (D.) 16