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Indus Civilisation

Clues In The Mounds
Season 1 Episode 2 ABC November 15, 2009

The Indus Civilisatino is one of the world's oldest. Presented by children, this series visits the ruins of two Indus cities. Archaeology is introduced as a method of learning how the Indus people lived, with comparisons to present day lifestyles in the region. Harappa is one of the most important archaeological sites from the Indus civilisation. The young hosts of this program visit Harappa to learn about archaeology and use it to piece together how people may have lived in 2500BC.

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