Watch this cool video on TAC!!! Queen Anne's Revenge Overview: Blackbeard, the most notorious pirate in the history of seafaring, met his end on the North Carolina coast in 1718. In 1996, divers discovered a wreck that state underwater archaeologists agreed quite possibly was the remains of Blackbeard's flagship,Queen Anne's Revenge, lost at that location in 1718. http://archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/video-guide-menu/video-guide-summary/187-queen-annes-revenge-overview#
The Pirates and Buccaneers In the History of Panamá--*John Oxenham .-*Frances Drake England, .-*Andrew Barker .-*William Parker,England.-*Edvart Mansveldt of Rotterdam.-*François l'Ollonois,France.-*Henry Morgan was born in Llanrhymni, Wales, around 1635.-*Captain Joseph Brodely ,England.-* La Sound,France.-*Captain Bournano ,France.-* Juan Guartem, Eduardo Blomar and Bartolomé Charpes,Spain.-*Bartholomew Sharp ,England.-*Lionel Wafer ,England.
Alwilda was a Scandinavian pirate woman who accosted shipping from the North Sea to the coast of Spain with her ship crewed entirely by women. She might have been considered one of the most successful pirates in history had she not fallen in love with her persuer Prince Alf of Denmark. Her career as a pirate ended when they married.
Edward Teach (c. 1680 – 22 November 1718), better known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies. Teach captured a French merchant vessel, renamed her Queen Anne's Revenge, and equipped her with 40 guns. He became a renowned pirate, his cognomen derived from his thick black beard and fearsome appearance; he was reported to have tied lit fuses under his hat to frighten his enemies.
Blackbeard His real name was Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard – the notorious English pirate who terrorized the waters of the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies from 1717 to 1718.
Redbeard Hayreddin Barbarossa was a Turkish privateer who was known around the Mediterranean as Redbeard, a nickname he inherited from his older brother, Baba Oruç. After being appointed as the admiral in chief of the Ottoman Empire in 1533, he conquered Tunisia.