Indus Valley Seal Decorative Replica
Mohenjodaro and Harappa are the ancient sites situated in modern-day Pakistan. These sites existed as a vibrant civilization around 2600 to 1900 BC. Archeologists have discovered many artifacts that were buried underground during their excavations. These artifacts included terracotta figurines, bronze figures, metallic vessels, ornaments of gold, metallic and precious stone beads, glass and ivory objects, etc.
In addition to this, more than 3500 steatite seals were discovered. Steatite rocks were carved or engraved with figures, and perfected arrangements were baked to Mohenjo Daro 's finished tough seals. Some seal designs have a depiction of an animal and a form of the script as well. Since the Indus Valley script is still undeciphered, we can only speculate about what those seals mean. Perhaps we may assume that since during this time some common supernatural beliefs existed in the region, so many seals may represent such beliefs.
- Item: Indus Valley Civilization Mohenjodaro Seal Replica
- Material: Baked clay
- Size: Approximately 5.5 cm * 5.5 cm.
- Thickness: About 0.5 cm
- Design availability: The seal replicas are handmade on baked clay and may vary slightly from the photo shown on this page.
- Colors: Colors shown on the screen may differ or vary from the actual colors.