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Who among us has not dreamed of cracking the South Seas, terrorizing merchant ships, sword in mouth and keg of rum in hand? So let's dive into the singular story of the golden age of piracy, which although short of a decade or so, between 1713 and 1726, has sufficiently marked the centuries for all today in have at least once heard about it, whether it's through history books or popular culture, from novels to movies to video games and music.
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