I am currently researching the history of textiles and came across the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. I was particularly interested in Mohenjo Daro, an ancient city that existed around 2500 BCE. I was curious to know if cotton cloth was found in this city during archaeological excavations.
As far as I know, cotton is thought to have originated in India and was also grown in the Indus Valley Civilization. However, I am unsure if the civilization had the ability to spin and weave the cotton fibers into cloth.
Any information on this topic would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!