In the mature Harappan sites historians have found that harappans ate wide variety of plants, animal products and fish. In many sites they have found charred grains and seeds of wheat, barley, rice, chickpea. Bones of goats and cows are also, found indicating that they were domesticated. And there also, bones of fish and fowl found.
John Marshall was the Director-General of ASI and he had a major contribution in Indian Archaeology. He discovered a new civilisation in Indus valley to the world. He was the first professional archaeologist to come and work in India and was keen on finding items related to everyday life. His way of excavating through horizontal units also, made it possible to find artefacts located in different units.
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