Director of Conservation and Conservation says the coins have been sent to a laboratory for analysis
Sukkur: In a major discovery, a team of experts discovered a pot full of copper coins from the archaeological site Mohenjo Daro during conservation work. news Information was given on Friday.
Sources reveal that a group of laborers were excavating a collapsed wall when they found a pot filled with ancient copper coins in the ancient city.
Director of Conservation and Conservation Syed Shakir Shah confirmed that several coins carefully packed in a vessel have been recovered and have been sent to the laboratory for analysis.
They told news Apart from deciphering the language of these coins and the numbers written on them, research will also be done to analyze how old these coins were.
Shah said workers found a pot of coins during excavation but buried it again. Later some of them informed Archives Department officials who dug them out.
He said that some archaeologists believed that these coins were centuries old, but nothing could be said for sure at this time. The director said the exact time period and other relevant details could be confirmed only after laboratory analysis.
Mohenjodaro is a 5,500 year old world heritage site. It is called the “Queen Site” because no other example of the civilization’s planning and administrative capacity has been found in any archaeological discovery in the world.