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Pirate stuff on Reddit

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https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/wiki/dailylife#wiki_piracy

 

 

http://askhistorians.libsyn.com/askhistorians-podcast-016-golden-age-of-pirates

/u/400-Rabbits moderates a discussion with /u/DavidAOP and /u/eternalkerri over the Golden Age of Pirates. Did a Pirate Code exist? What about pirate cities? What did pirates actually do all day and how did they go about finding booty for plunder? Just how common was being made to walk the plank? Why is EternalKerri so excited about keelhauling? All these topics and more get covered. Part 1 of 2.

http://askhistorians.libsyn.com/askhistorians-podcast-016-golden-age-of-pirates-part-2

/u/DavidAOP and /u/EternalKerri continue their talk on all things piratical. This second of two parts focuses more on the meta-conversation of the study of pirates, their portrayals in popular media, their place as cultural icons, and, of course, that famous accent, before wrapping up with why and how this era came to an end.

 

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