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Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2016]
1 online resource (337 pages) : illustrations, maps
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ISBN 9780813055664 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780813061580
Print version: Pieces of eight : more archaeology of piracy. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2016]
Includes bibliographical references and index
Setting a course toward an archaeology of piracy / Russell K. Skowronek -- Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s revenge and its French connection / Mark U. Wilde-Ramsing and Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton -- Revisiting the fiery dragon / John de Bry and Marco Roling -- Black Bart’s ranger / Chad M. Gulseth -- The wreck of the Quedagh Merchant: the lost ship of Captain William Kidd / Frederick H. Hanselmann and Charles D. Beeker -- Plundering the Spanish Main: Henry Morgan’s raid on Panama / Frederick H. Hanselmann, Tomas Mendizabal, and Juan G. Martin -- Ireland’s golden age of piracy: history, cartography, and emerging archaeology / Connie Kelleher -- Shiver me timbers!: the influence of Hollywood on the archaeology of piracy / Russell K. Skowronek and Charles R. Ewen -- Signaling pirate identity / Heather Hatch -- Artifacts that talk like pirates: Jolly Roger iconography and archaeological sites / Kenneth J. Kinkor -- Pirates as providers / Kathleen Deagan -- Recognizing a pirate shipwreck without the skull and crossbones / Courtney Page and Charles R. Ewen -- Parting shot / Charles R. Ewen.
Going back to the "Queen Anne’s Revenge," La Salles’s "La Belle," and adding the newest finds from Captain Kidd’s "Cara Merchant of Quedagh" and Captain Henry Morgan’s encampments, this volume reveals new discoveries and new ways of looking at the archaeology of pirates..

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