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Henry Every is shown selling his loot in this engraving by Howard Pyle. Every's capture of the Grand Mughal ship Ganj-i-Sawai in 1695 stands as one of the most profitable pirate raids ever perpetrated.

10 Facts You Didn't Know About Blackbeard the Pirate: Blackbeard looked like a devil in battle

10 Facts You Didn't Know About Blackbeard the Pirate

Golden Age of Pirates

The latest addition to the Assassin’s Creed family – Black Flag’s Edward Kenway – will encounter some of history’s most famous pirates. See their story in Ubisoft’s new trailer.

Golden Age of Piracy : The Truth Behind Pirate Myths (Hardcover) (Benerson Little)

Golden Age of Piracy : The Truth Behind Pirate Myths (Hardcover) (Benerson Little)

Mary Read was an English pirate. She is chiefly remembered as one of only two women (along with her comrade, Anne Bonny) known to have been convicted of piracy during the early 18th century, at the height of the Golden Age of Piracy. She sailed with John "Calico Jack" Rackham along with infamous pirate Anne Bonny.

Mary Read was an English pirate. She is chiefly remembered as one of only two…

Golden Age of Piracy - Wikipedia

Golden Age of Piracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Golden Age of Piracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Infamous Pirate Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard, his severed head hanging from HMS Pearl. Royal Navy Captain Robert Maynard captured Blackbeared after a furious battle

Women and the Jolly Roger

Since March is Women's History Month, this article examines female sailors who went on the account - specific women pirates and how those who remain unknown may have carried off their disguises.

On November 22, 1718, the infamous pirate Blackbeard was killed. Reported to have been a privateer during Queen Anne’s War, Blackbeard is said to have turned to piracy afterward. He is one of the most famous figures associated with the “Golden Age of Piracy,” which flourished briefly along the North Carolina coast in the early 1700s.

On November 22, 1718, the infamous pirate Blackbeard was killed. Reported to have been a privateer during Queen Anne’s War, Blackbeard is said to have turned to piracy afterward. He is one of the most famous figures associated with the “Golden Age of Piracy,” which flourished briefly along the North Carolina coast in the early 1700s.

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