What was found in Mohenjo Daro?

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The name Mohenjo-daro is reputed to signify “the mound of the dead.” The archaeological importance of the site was first recognized in 1922, one year after the discovery of Harappa. Subsequent excavations revealed that the mounds contain the remains of what was once the largest city of the Indus civilization.

Who found Indus Valley civilization? Fleet, prompting an excavation campaign under Sir John Hubert Marshall in 1921-22 and resulting in the discovery of the civilization at Harappa by Sir John Marshall, Rai Bahadur Daya Ram Sahni and Madho Sarup Vats, and at Mohenjo-daro by Rakhal Das Banerjee, E. JoHuMacKay, and Sir JohnMarshall.

What is an Indus seal? The Pashupati Seal is a steatite seal that was discovered at the Mohenjo-daro archaeological site of the Indus Valley Civilization. The seal depicts a seated figure that is possibly tricephalic (having three heads). It is purported to be one of the earliest depictions of the Hindu god Shiva, or a "proto-Shiva"deity.

How old is Indus Valley civilization? 8,000 years old

WHAT is Mohenjo Daro ruler? A ruler is an instrument that can be used for measuring distances or to draw straight lines in printing, geometry, technical drawing and many other things. Mohenjo-Daro ruler has accuracy within 0.13 millimeters. The first folding ruler was invented by Anton Ullrich, and the first flexible ruler was made in1902.