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Transcript of Harrapan Civilization
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Web. 05 Oct. 2012. <http://fiveprime.org/hivemind/tags/harappa>. Indian ocean Skilled Workers .... Scribes Traders/merchants/artisans Architects Farmers Economy .... Harappans didn't have a currency, so they used weight instead. They would weigh the goods and exchange and trade based on the weight. Blocks of different materials were used to weigh the goods. Harappans traded food, pots, beads, and cotton cloth. Government .... There haven't been many discoveries about Harappan government, however it is believed that there was a ruler and laws. Religion .... Polytheists: Believed in multiple gods It is believed that the great bath was a place for rituals