The stars at the end of each projection in the fish sign for Taurus are the same magnatude. The Sanskrit dictionary explains Taurus as a temple fish. The Indus sign that I found for Taurus is a fish that employ's all the brightest stars of the constellation.This is where today the ecliptic reaches its highest point at the 6th hour degree. In the time of the Indus Valley the highest point was in Leo today's 12th degree.Taurus was the most important constellation of the Vedic people. In the time of the Indus (3300-2600BCE and it's flowering around 2600-2000BCE) the vernal equinox pasted through Taurus. The vernal equinox is the point at which the sun crosses the celestial equator, all stars are measured from this point. In 3360BCE the vernal equinox was at the 5th hour degree (in the image the 5th hour degree is the second line from the left passing through Taurus) than in 2295BCE it was on the 4th hour degree. The name of their astronomical system was named afterTaurus.The Indus signs in black are the pictorial averages of the images on the seals.