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The position in betweens the plains and highlands

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The position in betweens the plains and highlands, they are taking advantage of it. It is a key discovery because it shows the earliest evidence for development of early agriculture and pastoral communities in south asia! **** have different kinds of burials: first and secondary burials. Secondary burial is when you first bury somebody, you get skeleton then you take that skeleton and re bury it someone else. We know it is secondary burial because the bones are so packed together. Nice pottery from here. Very distinctive that are a good indicator that people are not just making pottery for a living but putting pride it in and decorating it. It shows social life. -period 2: more elaborate houses. 6500-4400 b.c.: you see houses that people are building themselves. Pretty substantial ritual life. Long occupation takes there. Terra cotta figurines! They have big hair. -2500 b.c.: the Indus Culture aka Indus Valley culture aka Harappan Culture: it is not that known about. Pg. 529. It was only recognized in 1922 after people have been digging in Egypt and Mesopotamia and the Incas and Aztecs really know about. Yet we have this whole place it wasn’t recognized until recently. But political condition affects it. Harappa and Mohenjo-daro and ?
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