Life in the Ancient Indus River Valley

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The Indus River Valley was once home to thriving communities of peoples who worked the land now known as Pakistan. Some of the world’s oldest civilizations, including the Harappans and the Maurya and Gupta empires, grew in this fertile region. This beautiful book, beautifully documents the lives of these remarkable people from long ago. The topics include: farming innovations that helped support larger populations; the arrival of Hinduism and Buddhism; daily life in a Harappan village; the development of the caste system; early language and writing; and the arrival of the White Huns.

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Pages: 32

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Cities, rulers, religion, inventions, and writing are just a few of the topics covered about the Indus Valley civilization. Have a better understanding of how people lived in this time and place.

  • Lucerna Academy families: Use this book for 1 week in Year 1 Dialectic History, 1 week in Honors Year 1 Rhetoric History, and 1 week in Year 1 Rhetoric History.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: Use for 1 week in Unit 2 for both dialectic and rhetoric levels. It replaces previous out-of-print titles about ancient India.
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