Harappan period : A Farmer In India unsteadily that forms to be a 5000-years-old chariot
In Sinauli village India Uttar Pradesh pottery shards were discovered next to the Apesi Harappan skeleton
What the farmers did not know was that these tombs were buried in the ground at the end of the Harappan period, about 5000 years ago. Wikipedia’s Archaeological Survey has been prompt in selecting sites for investigation.
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Sculptures found below ground included 126 skeletons, copper spearheads, bead necklaces, gold or silver plates, and some anthropomorphic figures typical of Harappan settlements.
Sinauli has since shown further interest in the site, as Phidias solves and manages the cap dots, allowing, at least in part, the possibility of a past mystery.
The ASI has also unearthed eight grave sites, which include the remains of two chariots and three coffins, several artefacts, daggers, combs, tongs, appepa swords and others.
Officials told The Times of India that burial pits in three chariots further indicate the possibility of “royal burials”, while other data further confirm a warrior class population.
SK Manjul Jo, Co-Director, Institute of Excavations and Archeology of ASI, Delhi told the publication, “The discovery of the chariot is similar to other advanced civilizations like Mesopotamia, Greece, etc., where chariots were widely used. A warrior class seems to have flourished in this area in the past.
There are copper-bronze data from 2000-1800 BC, which have told about the history and culture of the region,,,and have provided opportunities for research in this area.
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Manjul reported that “for the first time in the entire Sun continent, we found this type of coffin. The cover was highly decorated with eight anthropomorphic figures. The sides of the coffins were also decorated with floral motif. together with this, helmets, shields, daggers, and helmets suggest the existence of a warrior class with expertise in refined craftsmanship.