Past Masters Network Featured In Sydney Morning Herald Story On The Discovery Of Ancient African Coins In Australia

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The Past Masters, a network of passionate anthropologists, archeologists, numismatists, indigenous leaders and heritage consultants, has been featured in the September 14, 2013 edition of The Sydney Morning Herald. The story discusses the Past Masters expedition, which attempts to rewrite Australian history.

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The Past Masters, a network of passionate anthropologists, archeologists, numismatists, indigenous leaders and heritage consultants, has been featured in the September 14, 2013 edition of The Sydney Morning Herald. The story discusses the Past Masters expedition, which attempts to rewrite Australian history. The discovery of ancient African coins 8,000 miles from Tanzania suggests that Australia and its indigenous inhabitants may have a far older history.

"A Kilwa coin in Kilwa is not worth much. But a Kilwa coin in Arnhem Land is priceless for what it might tell us about our past," says Professor Ian McIntosh, one of the original founders of The Past Masters network.

The article notes that the team is crowdfunding the expedition that will get them to Marchinbar in 2014, along with the Indiana University's Office of Underwater Science, a team of veteran explorers known for searching several spanish treasure wrecks in the Caribbean.

"People find things, then put them in their sheds," says Professor Ian McIntosh while discussing the viability of the Past Masters as a network that is poised to grow to examine artifacts and pieces of history from sources around the world.

To read about the crowdfunding project, or to make a donation, click here. All donations made from the United States are tax deductible.

Professor Ian McIntosh and the Past Masters community are represented by Silver Visibility, an international public relations firm. Professor Ian McIntosh is available for interviews, media appearances and speaking engagements by e-mailing trent(at)silvervisibility(dot)com.

About Professor Ian McIntosh

Professor Ian McIntosh's interests include: indigenous rights, with a focus on Aboriginal Australia and Armenia, and the vehicles for 'truth and reconciliation' including treaties, peace accords, apologies, reparations and apologies. Dr. McIntosh is the senior editorial advisor for the Cultural Survival Quarterly, the premier scholarly journal promoting the rights, voices, and visions, of the world's indigenous peoples. He also sits on the editorial board of the journal Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, and is an international editorial advisor for MAARIFA, the Moi University (Kenya) journal of social sciences and humanities.

About Past Masters

The Past Masters is a network of passionate and like-mind specialists in their respective fields. Members include renowned archeologists, anthropologists, numismatists, indigenous leaders and heritage consultants. The Past Masters community plans to raise awareness that pieces of treasure can be found anywhere, from personal sheds to shipwrecks to caves. The Past Masters want to bring these treasures to light and leave their mark in the sands of time.

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