Anthropologist: Tara Thompson
What were the religious, social, and behavioral patterns of the people of your civilization?
Most buildings in Indus valley are made of mud brick. The builders also started to build wells to conserve water. In Indus most of the population of people are farmers.
In what ways were the these people advanced?
The Indus people built roads, wells, drains, and alleys.
I think they built roads so when crops come in to the city there won't be a possibility that the crops might get damaged. I think the Indus people drains so when it rained it could consume the water and drain
the water to the wells.
What aspects of society were most important to them: food, animals, gods/goddesses, mythology, religion etc.
I think one of the most important aspects to the Indus people are food because Indus people weren't that interested in meat so they mostly ate fruits and vegetables.
How did this civilization communicate with each other?
The Indus people, when writing use a lot of unique and rare symbols regarding animals and other strange symbols. One certain symbol has been seen on over 4000 objects in Indus Valley.
Archaeologists Alexcina Wartski and Joosung Lim
The Harappan or the people of the Indus Valley had many skills that they passed down for generations. Those skills were trading goods and things, farming crops and making bricks. Later they had helped shape the cultures of India and modern Pakistan.