The flag Bartholomew Roberts: a man holding a sword in his right hand, standing on two skulls, all above the initials "ABH AMH". Black field. Jorge Candeias, 12 November 1998
'The Caribbean islands of Barbados and Martinique were particularly keen to see an end to his activities (in 1720 Roberts captured the Governor of Martinique and hung him from the mast) and Roberts' flag reflects the personal vendetta he had with them.
"The jack had a man pourtray'd in it with a flaming sword in his hand and standing on two skulls subskribed ABH and AMH, that is a Barbadian's and a Martinican's Head," described an account of the time.