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The pottery assemblage shows a mixed bag of Early Harappan and Mature Harappan forms.
The artifacts of the period included beads of semi-precious stones (including two caches of beads kept in two miniature pots), bangles of copper, shell, terracotta and faience; fishhook, chisel, arrowhead of copper; terracotta animal figurines and a host of miscellaneous artifacts.
This culture is characterised by structures in the form of subterranean dwelling pits, cut into the natural soil.
The walls and floor of these pits were plastered with the yellowish alluvium of the Saraswati valley.
The artefacts of this period comprised a copper bangle, a copper arrowhead, bangles of terracotta, beads of carnelian, lapis lazuli and steatite, bone point, stone saddle and quern.
The pottery repertoire is very rich and the diagnostic wares of this period included Mud Applique Wares, Incised (Deep and Light), Tan/Chocolate Slipped Wares, Brown-on-Buff Wares, Bichrome Wares (Paintings on the exterior with black and white pigments), Black-on-Red Ware and plain red wares.
Period IB: Early Harappan Culture: The entire site was occupied during this period.
The settlement was an open air one with no fortification.
According to Rao, Hakra Ware has been found at Bhirrana, and is pre-Harappan, dating to the 8th-7th millennium BCE.According to Rao, the excavation has revealed these cultural periods; Period IA: Hakra Wares Culture, Period IB: Early Harappan Culture, Period IIA: Early Mature Harappan and Period IIB: Mature Harappan Culture.Culture (antedating the Known Early Harappan Culture in the subcontinent, also known as Kalibangan-I.) to a full-fledged Mature Harappan city.Wide linear roads can be seen separating the houses.A circular structure of baked earth is probably a "tandoor"- a community kitchen still seen in rural India.
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The mud brick structures were aligned with a slight deviation from the true north.