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If There’s a Man Among Ye: The Tale of Pirate Queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read | History | Smithsonian

If There’s a Man Among Ye: The Tale of Pirate Queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read

If There’s a Man Among Ye: The Tale of Pirate Queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read | History | Smithsonian

Arthur Rackham - Les jötunn s'emparant de la déesse Freyja.

Arthur Rackham - Les jötunn s'emparant de la déesse Freyja.

Frank Kelly Freas - art for Flower of Doradil by John Rackham - 1970 Ace Double 24100

Frank Kelly Freas - art for Flower of Doradil by John Rackham - 1970 Ace Double 24100

-Dehors, M.crapaud... J'ai écouté votre discours, je vous ai embrassé...Et je trouve que le résultat n'est pas satisfaisant.

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-Dehors, M.crapaud... J'ai écouté votre discours, je vous ai embrassé...Et je trouve que le résultat n'est pas satisfaisant.

Pirate Flag of Jack Rackham - Pavillons pirates et corsaires — Wikipédia

Pirate Flag of Jack Rackham - Pavillons pirates et corsaires — Wikipédia

Titania, suivie de sa cour, par Arthur Rackham

La reine Titania (2e partie)

Titania, suivie de sa cour, par Arthur Rackham

Jack Rackham, commonly known as Calico Jack, was an English pirate captain operating in the Bahamas during the early 18th century. His nickname was derived from the calico clothing he wore.  Active towards the end of the "golden age of piracy"  Rackham is most remembered for two things: the design of his Jolly Roger flag, a skull with crossed swords, which contributed to the popularization of the design, and for having two female crew members (Mary Read and Rackham's lover Anne Bonny).

Jack Rackham, commonly known as Calico Jack, was an English pirate captain operating in the Bahamas during the early 18th century. His nickname was derived from the calico clothing he wore. Active towards the end of the "golden age of piracy" Rackham is most remembered for two things: the design of his Jolly Roger flag, a skull with crossed swords, which contributed to the popularization of the design, and for having two female crew members (Mary Read and Rackham's lover Anne Bonny).

Ace Double G-576: Danger from Vega by John Rackham (John T. Phillifent), 1965. Cover art by Jack Gaughan, 1966.

Ace Double G-576: Danger from Vega by John Rackham (John T. Phillifent), 1965. Cover art by Jack Gaughan, 1966.

Calico Jack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Calico Jack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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