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Organization of Indus Craft Production
Different Crafts Levels of State Con
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3rd millennium BC 4th millennium BC activity areas ancient archaeological context archaeological record archaeometric Balakot base materials bead makers blades bronze carnelian beads centres ceramic Chanhu-daro chert cities clay complex copper copper/bronze craft activities craft indicators craft industries craft production craftspersons Dales & Kenoyer debitage deposits disk beads drills dumps evidence example excavated faience firing flakes Gujarat Harappa Harappan Phase identified important India Indus craft Indus craftspeople Indus tradition interpretation J.M. Kenoyer Jarrige Khambhat kilns labour lapislazuli layers lithic Lothal Mackay manufacturing sequence Mehrgarh metal Mohenjo-Daro Moneer Mound mud brick Nageswar Nausharo Neolithic nodules objects organization ornaments patterns Period possible pottery pottery firing Pracchia probably protohistoric raw materials reconstruction recycled Regionalization Rohri settlement Shahr-i Sokhta shell Sindh social South Asia specialized steatite stoneware bangles suggest surface talc technical techniques terracotta Tosi trade Turbinella pyrum types urban vessels Vidale wheel workshop