Mysterious Indus Valley Civilisation managed to thrive without a river to provide flowing water 5,300 years ago



Scientists have discovered that much of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation developed around an extinct river. 
New research reveals how this early human culture, famed for building the earliest known toilets, became 'urbanised' thousands of years ago.
It shows that many Indus urban centres were not built along a major river, unlike many ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian hubs.
The findings suggest that ancient civilisations didn't necessarily need a flowing river system in order to thrive, as previous studies have suggested.
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29 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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