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Indus RV

Vocab & Cities Facts Review

QuestionAnswer
What city is known as the Mound of the Dead? Mohenjo-daro
What part of the city was for public buildings? the citadel
What was used to plan cities? a grid
The place where religious ceremonies may have taken place is called ? the Great Bath
The name for the part of a Harappan city where people lived. Lower Town
What material were homes made of? mud bricks
What is the building that stored grain? a granary
What was a kiln used for in the IRV? to fire or back bricks
How many cities did the Harappans build? approx. 1400
How does the IRV compare in size to Egypt or Mesopotamia? It is larger
Where is the location of the granary? the citadel
The citadel and city walls most likely were protection from __? flooding
What makes the bricks in the Indus Rv different from other mud brick? they are fired or baked
What was used to harden or bake pottery and bricks? kiln
What does urban mean? city
What is a planned community? city or town with a specific design or layout
What features did Harappan cities have? straight streets, 2 sections, sewer and water systems
What types of buildings were missing from Harappan cities? temples, palaces, government buildings, royal tombs
Created by: jlehman99
 

 



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