over 2 years by Ranabir Chakraborty 3 / 5There is a great deal of similarity between Mohenjodaro (3200BC) in Indus valley and Catal Hoyuk.,except the former had well developed water and waste management. While Catal may have been troubled by the volcanoe eruptions, it is possible for these people to move put and settle at Mhenjodaro. This civilisation also got disturbed due to shift of Monsoon and dying of River Sarswati. It got over by 1600 BC and people merged with Indian populi to the east. The cuneiform script is still not deciphered. Both symbolised the Bull. Both civilisation had rectangular rooms.made of earthen brick. Mohenjodaro which came later used baked brick.
almost 7 years by Anonymous 1 / 5i would like to see an actual map of catal huyuk for my report in social studies im the poster docent and i need a map and i can't find one
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