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Picture of Sokhta Koh, a Harappan coastal settlement in Pakistan. Picture, along with computer-aided reconstruction by Kaiser Tufail. Picture taken from aircraft from an altitude of 1,500' AGL in 1993. Sokhta Koh means 'burnt hill' as is evident from browned-out earth due to extensive firing of pottery in open pit ovens. All houses/huts, open pit ovens and some shrubbery based on computer-aided art. Houses/huts numbering 78, are exactly overlaid on the visible foundations.


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