By Walter A. Jr. Fairservis
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The mounds were covered with broken stones. Q4: A series of low mounds covered an area 100 by 60 yards; the highest was approximately 4 meters. A single site was found in the northwestern portion of Gwandin Valley. Q33: A site about 50 yards north of the Gwandin Village lies on a spur of the western wall of the mountains. Rock outcrops, some possibly parts of stone walls, project from the surface of the site which may have been fortified. From the valley floor to the top of the site is approximately 15 meters.
It is also possible that this was an open platform serving as a kind of extension to Room A on which cooking was done as suggested by the vessel. The incline of the narrow opening and the presence of a number of pebbles in it initially led us to speculate that the northern end of the platform was a drain for which the fixed vessel (which was bottomless) acted as a sump. However, its blackened surfaces and the presence of small amounts of charcoal in the interior indicate that it probably did not have such a function.
Q21: Stone foundations on a low ridge were located just south of Khaizi Village, 12 miles east of Samungli. The walls were about 18 inches thick, of large stones, oriented northsouth, east-west. 5 meters high. Mud and glazed bricks were visible in situ in its sides, especially in the upper levels. North of the Quetta-Chaman Road the fertile plain is in a kind of cul-de-sac made by the junction of the Murghi Kotal on the west and north and the east-to-west inclined gravel fan on the east. This plain is intersected by ravines formed by the passage of the Hanna River and smaller streams that flow out of the Takatu Range.
Excavations in the Quetta Valley, West Pakistan by Walter A. Jr. Fairservis