Plan of an Indus Valley Civilization citadel and town
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|Collections||Arthur Llewellyn Basham|
|Title:||Plan of an Indus Valley Civilization citadel and town|
|Keywords:||Indus Valley Civilization;maps/plans;book scan|
|Series/Report no.:||Basham Collection|
|Description:||Shows main outline of citadel and annexe (KLB-1) and adjacent town (KLB-2), both still being excavated in 1967, Mound KLB-1 was originally the site of a fortified pre-Harappan settlement, Subsequently re-fortified by the Harappans on rhomboidal plan, with mud-brick walls and towers enclosing a series of 4-6 mud-brick platforms, some of which seem to have carried ritual structures, KLB-2 was from the beginning a Harappan settlement, with a grid-plan and apparently fortifications|
|Other Identifiers:||ANUA 682-23|
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