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Small seashells tell a big story of slavery and transoceanic trade 500 years ago

By Justine Wintjes, Curator, KwaZulu-Natal Museum
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Money cowries were used for thousands of years as currency across the Indo-Pacific world but introduced into Atlantic commercial networks relatively late.


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