Indus valley writing system
During the harappans (indus river civilization) they spoke alanguage that is now unknown for today archaeologist couldn'tdecipher its language because of the lack of.
The indus valley civilization was the first major urban culture of south asia it reached its peak from 2600 bc to 1900 bc roughly, a period called by some archaeologists mature harappan as distinguished from the earlier.
The indus script is the writing system developed by the indus valley civilization and it is the earliest form of writing known in the indian subcontinent.
The indus script is the writing system developed by the indus valley civilization and it is the earliest form of writing religious developments in ancient india for well over 1,000 years, sacred stories and heroic epics have made up the mythology of hinduism.
- The people of the indus valley civilization also developed a writing system which was used for several hundred years however, unlike some other ancient civilizations.
The indus valley civilization was very religious because they held sacred animals and they used them in their writing systems even though these seals are undeciphered, we believe that these seals were used to keep family records, documents, contracts and other official documents. How can the answer be improved.