Picture Of Flag Of Bartholomew Roberts A Barbadians Head A Martinicians Head

Picture Of Flag Of Bartholomew Roberts A Barbadians Head A Martinicians Head

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Black Bart's pirate flag showed him standing on two skulls, representing the heads of a Barbadian and a Martiniquian.

ABH AMH is an acronym for: A Barbadian's Head, A Martinician's Head.

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