The excavations reveal that the houses in Rojdi were built on stone foundations, with mud walls above them. The pottery that has been excavated in Rojdi is a hard, red to buff ware that was made of well-prepared clay. The most found vessel is the hemispherical red ware bowl, with a stud handle. The pottery also has graffiti with signs from the Indus script. Some copper and bronze flat axes were found.
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