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  7. Choose correct regarding Mohanjo-Daro 1. It is associated with cemetery H Culture 2. Mortimer Wheeler is associated with first large excavations here in 1925-26 as DG of Archeological survey of India 3. It was a totally fortified city unlike Harappa (A)1 & 2 (B)2 & 3 (C)All (D)None

  8. Choose correct regarding Mohanjo-Daro 1. It is associated with cemetery H Culture 2. Mortimer Wheeler is associated with first large excavations here in 1925-26 as DG of Archeological survey of India 3. It was a totally fortified city unlike Harappa (A)1 & 2 (B)2 & 3 (C)All (D)None

  9. Indus Valley Civilization Late Harappan Phase (1900-1300 BCE) Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex - Town or village River Late Harappan sub-region Other archaeological culture, Natural feature Grave Cultuire Ropar- HarappauBhagwanpura Cemetery H Culture Alamgirpur Mitathal Pirak Kudwala Ochre-Colored Pottery Copper Hoard Culture) Jhukar Mohenjo-Daro Thar Desert hukar Culture .Chanhu-Daro Amri Ahar-Banas Culture Dholavira Pann of Kutch Rangpur Culture Malwe Culture Rangpur Bet DWarka Rojdi Savalda Culture Daimabad

  10. Mohenjo-daro: meaning'Mound of the Dead Men' in Sindhiis an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley civilization, and one of the world's earliest major cities, contemporaneous with the civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Minoan Crete, and Norte Chico. Mohenjo-daro was abandoned in the 19th century BCE as the Indus Valley Civilization declined, and the site was not rediscovered until the 1920s. Significant excavation has since been conducted at the site of the city, which was designated a U site in 1980. The site is currently threatened by erosion and improper restoration NESCO World Heritage

  11. Mohenjo-daro was built in the 26th century BCE.It was one of the largest cities of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, also known as the Harappan Civilization, which developed around 3,000 BCE from the prehistoric Indus culture. At its height, the Indus Civilization spanned much of what is now Pakistan and North lndia, extending westwards to the lranian border, south to Gujarat in India and northwards to an outpost in Bactria, with major urban centers at Harappa, Mohenjo- daro, Lothal, Kalibangan, Dholavira and Rakhigarhi. Mohenjo-daro was the most advanced city of its time, with remarkably sophisticated civil engineering and urban planning. When the Indus civilization went into sudden decline around 1900 BCE. Mohenjo-daro was abandoned

  12. - The sheer size of the city, and its provision of public buildings and facilities, suggests a high level of social organization - The city is divided into two parts, the so-called Citadel and the Lower City. The Citadel - a mud-brick mound around 12 metres (39 ft) high is known to have supported public baths, a large residential structure designed to house about 5,000 citizens, and two large assembly halls. . The city had a central marketplace, with a large central well

  13. . Individual households or groups of households obtained their water from smaller wells Waste water was channeled to covered drains that lined the major streets. . Some houses, presumably those of more prestigious inhabitants, include rooms that appear to have been set aside for bathing, and one building had an underground furnace (known as a hypocaust), possibly for heated bathing. . Most houses had inner courtyards, with doors that opened onto side-lanes. Some buildings had two stories

  14. Mohenjo-daro had no series of city walls, but was fortified with guard towers to the west of the main settlement, and defensive fortifications to the south. Considering these fortifications and the structure of other major Indus valleycities like Harappa, it is postulated that Mohenjo-daro was an administrative center. Both Harappa and Mohenjo-daro share relatively the same architectural layout, and were generally not heavily fortified like other lndus Valley sites. It is obvious from the identical city layouts of all Indus sites that there was some kind of political or administrative centrality, but the extent and functioning of an administrative center remains unclear

  15. The Cemetery H culture was a Bronze Age culture in the Punjab region of what is now Pakistan and north-western India, from about 1900 BCE until about 1300 BCE. It was a regional form of the late phase of the Harappan (Indus Valley) civilisation (alongside the Jhukar culture of Sindh and Rangpur culture of Gujarat) It was named after a cemetery found in "area H" at Harappa. Remains of the culture have been dated from about 1900 BCE until about 1300 BCE.