BULL SEAL OF MOHIN-O-DARO
Mohin-Jo Daro, Pakistan
SINGLE HORNED BULL SEAL
- 20″ X 16″
- Acrylic on Canvas
The Indus seals, also called Harappan seals depicting finely executed carvings, approximately dating as far back as 5000 years, are highly sophisticated heritage artifacts that mirror the religious, social, and intellectual excellence of the Indus valley civilization. The seals, many as tiny as 3cms / 3cms, and weighing nine to ten grams approximately were discovered in the vast expanse of Indus civilization sites of Harappa – Mohenjo-Daro and northwestern parts of Pakistan.
The thousands of seals, unearthed in the Indus valley, depicted most of them the picture of a bull with single horn and mysterious symbols inscribed. The existence of such an animal has not been found so far nor the symbols deciphered. These seals are the archaeological proof of the civilization that existed around 1500 B.C.
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