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Terra cotta toy boat from Harappa. Such toys may have been used by children. Harappa Archaeological Research Project.

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Unicorn seal Harappa

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Terracotta bangle fragments Harappa

Turtle figurine, Harappa.

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Excavated by the Harappa Archaeological Research Project in 1993, this large corbelled drain was built in the middle of an abandoned gateway at Harappa to dispose of rainwater and sewage.

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Indus seal of tiger woman

Harappa Objects. Material: terra cotta Dimensions: 7.1 cm height, 4.8 cm length, 3.5 cm width Harappa, 2384 Harappa Museum, HM 2082 Vats 1940: 300, pl. LXXVII, 67

Overview of Trench 43, Harappa.

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Head of a female figurine with a "tiara" headdress from Harappa.

A collection of inscribed objects found along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa. The fragmentary seal on the left is the earliest seal found to date, and depicts a bovine carved in a very archaic style. At the top center is a terra cotta sealing with two seal impressions. This sealing may have been used to close a large jar full of trade goods such as oil. Harappa Archaeological Research Project.