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Question of grandecharlotte (07.16.2015): Why do we always see a negative image of pirates? Were they all murderers?
A: A pirate is defined as an outlaw. Most of the time he plunders, sometimes he rapes and kills. So we can only have a negative image.
Some privateers became pirates despite themselves, e.g. William Kidd who had been trained by his crew to become a pirate. Or, conversely, the pirate Henry Morgan who became Governor!




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Hello! Id like you to name (if possible) a large family of corsairs or 4 famous privateers who existed. Thank you.
I have for a long time been looking for the exact name of a prow sculpture that had a face carved mostly in wood and was laid in front of a sailboat. Could pirates decorate their boats with such sculptures?
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