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Scattered all over the place there are large storage containers made from clay, statues, everyday tools and other artefacts.
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Research in 2009 revealed that the site extends for about 9 acres and evidence shows that it had been inhabited prior to 2800 BC.
Scientists estimate that the city was sunk in around 1000 BC due to earthquakes that shifted the land.