Captain Kidd's 'rediscovered' treasure really just lead and rubble, Unesco says
Representación artística de los marineros excavación de un tesoro del capitán Kidd.
Naufragio del Quedagh Merchant-El naufragio del barco pirata del Capitán Kidd fue descubierto frente a República Dominicana.
Drawing of Scottish-born American privateer and pirate William 'Captain' Kidd standing on the deck of a ship, brandishing a sword, circa 1690.
Kidd era un marinero escocés que fue juzgado y ejecutado por piratería después de regresar de un viaje al Océano Índico. Algunos historiadores modernos consideran injusta su reputación de pirata
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William Kidd | Captain William Kidd - Legendary Pirate
The belief that Kidd had left buried treasure contributed considerably to the growth of his legend. Description from psjfactoids.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
His capture of the Quedagh Merchant branded him as a pirate, and his notorious reputation quickly preceded him throughout the Atlantic.
Circa 1701, Scottish pirate Captain William Kidd (1650 - 1701) appears before the bar of the House of Commons in London. Kidd began a career as a privateer but turned to piracy and was hanged at Wapping after his capture in 1701.
William Kidd was born in 1645 and went to sea as a boy. Description from thegreenockian.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images