Picture Of Flag Of Pirate Stede Bonnet

Picture Of Flag Of Pirate Stede Bonnet

Description

Traditional flag of pirate Stede Bonnet.

Stede Bonnet's flag is represented as a white skull above a horizontal long bone between a heart and a dagger, all on a black field.

Licence

Public domain

Pages that link here:

Pirate Flags

Article reveals why pirates flags were called Jolly Roger, why pirates used them and some examples of real pirate flags.

Related Articles:

Interesting Facts about Blackbeard

Blackbeard is without the doubt one of the most popular pirates of all time, and because of that his life and exploits were put under largest spotlight throughout the history. Here you can find many interesting facts about Blackbeard.

Pirate Costumes

Pirate costumes in modern pop culture do not represent how pirates looked when they were hunting their prey on the seas of Atlantic, many centuries ago. Their often subdued and rugged clothes were more flamboyant than regular naval crews worn during that time but was nowhere near close to the fashion style that is today closely connected with pirate lifestyle.

Edward Teach - Early Life of Blackbeard

Edward Teach was born around the year 1680 in Bristol, England. Although not much is known about the early life of Edward Teach, that part of his life played an important role in shaping him into Blackbeard, the most feared pirate on the Caribbean seas.