Along with finds from another archaeologist, who was excavating at Mohenjo Daro, Marshall believed that what they had found gave evidence of a new civilization that was older than any they had known.
(3) Major excavations had not been carried out for forty years until 1986 when the late George Dales of the University of California at Berkeley established the Harappan Archaeological Project, or HARP.
However, of all these civilizations the least is known about the Indus Valley people.
This is because the Indus script has not yet been deciphered.
(2) Harappan's are the name given to any of the ancient people belonging to the Indus Valley civilization.