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Apr 19, 2023

[Answer] 1. What is the name of the flag generally associated with pirates in the 17th and 18th centuries?

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...1. The Black Cross 2. The Jolly Roger 3. The Bones of Death 4. The chest of treasure The Jolly Roger usually consists of a skull and two diagonal bones, but some pirate used more elaborate versions including various red flags and versions of the Jolly Roger with up to three skulls. There have also been occasional reports of ships (especially submamrines) in regular navies sometimes flying the Jolly Roger, usually as an act of triumphalism or in a dare-devil spirit.




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The Jolly Roger:


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