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Can a handful of ancient copper coins from a once-opulent but now abandoned corner of East Africa change what we know about Australian history?
A team of researchers is on a mission to find out.
With its glittering wealth, busy harbor and coral stone buildings, the island of Kilwa rose to become the premier commercial post of coastal East Africa around the 1300s, controlling much of the Indian Ocean trade with the continent's hinterland.
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