Indus Valley Civilization

Indus Valley Civilization: According to carbon-dating process, the
Indus Valley Civilization appears to have flourished between 2500
and 1700 B.C. This period is known as pre-historic period. It belongs
to the Chalcolithic Age.
The remains of the Indus Valley Civilization were first discovered at
Harappa (1921) and Mohenjodaro (1922).
The Indus Valley Civilization was primarily urban.
The Indus Valley people established commercial contacts with the
Sumerians.
Iron was not known to the people of the Indus Valley Civilization.
The ornaments of the poor people of Indus Valley Civilization were
made of copper, shells and bones.
.The Indus script has not been deciphered so far.
The system of governing of Indus Valley Civilization was probably
Kingship.
Indus Valley Civilization Script: The script of Indus Valley Civilization
is not yet deciphered.

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