Which of the following attributes were not common of Indus Valley stamp seals? a. The stamps were carved out pure limestone. b. They were used as marks of ownership/status. d. The stamps contain inscriptions along the top edge.

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The first sentence is false! (a. The stamps were carved out pure limestone.) The stamps were actually made mostly of another kind of rock: stearite (a magnesium-rich rock composed of mineral talc. Some of them are also made of silver or calcite or faience (fine pottery)

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