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11, 44-46 Mohenjo-daro: (1) P1. 69, 21; upper levels Shahi Tump: P1. 3 Umm an-Nar: Cairn I. Aarhus Museum Khurab: P1. 153 Amri IIID: 539 Chanhu-daro: P1. 42, 21; P1. 46, 33, 34 Mohenjo-daro: (1) P1. 68, 24; upper levels Mehi: PI. 3 Shahi Tump: P1. 1; P1. a. Umm an-Nar: (2) Cairn V, Fig. 22 and p. 214 Chanhu-daro: P1. 42, 23; Jhukar levels Jai-Damb: P1. 99 Tall-i Shugha: Fig. 9 276 ANTHROPOLOGICAL PAPERS AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 51 TABLE 5 (Continued) Bampur No. and Period 88:V, 1 90:V, 2 95:V, 2 96 :V, 2 99 :V, 2 100:V, 2 108:V, 2 110:V, 2 114:V, 2 115:V, 2 117 :V, 2 Seistan Southeastern Afghanistan Elsewhere Umm an-Nar: (2), Fig.
4. Pir-kunar. 5. Bampur. 6. Damin. 7. Gabr Maro. 8. Sutkagen-dor. 9. Shahi Tump. 10. Kulli. 1 1. Mehi. 12. Bat. 13. Hili. 14. Umm an-Nar. sites in Baluchistan, and in the wares that appeared toward the end of Bampur IV. It is possible to point to a few parallels between the pottery of Mundigak IV, 2-3, and Bampur V, but before dealing with these, it is necessary to review material from other sites in the Bampur Valley. STRATIGRAPHY OF THE BAMPUR VALLEY Figures 13, 14 Reference has already been made (pp.
Fig. 25, No. 254). This had been found at Dambian and was regarded as a treasure. We failed to locate the site of Maula in the desert south of the Bampur River but about 8 kilometers due south, near the small oasis of Gwargusht, we found pottery of Period IV, 3 to V, 1 (Fig. 15) in the spoil heap alongside a kanat. g. Stein, 1937, P1. 161-2). No trace now remains of these graves that presumably lay near the settlement area covered for the most part with Islamic wares but providing a few prehistoric sherds.