Harappa indicate that they were part of a unified government with extreme organization. the cities were constructed of the same type and shape of bricks asMohenjo-Daro. Evidence suggests that this civilization did not have social classes. Remains of palaces or temples in the cities have not been found. No hard evidence exists indicating military activity; it is likely that the Harappans were a peaceful civilization. The cities did contain fortifications and the people used copper and bronze knives, spears, and arrowheads.Stone sculptures carved in steatite, limestone, or alabaster depict a male figure who may have represented a god. Very few bronze figures have been recovered.

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