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Skull and Bones
The fear which this ancient symbol of death inspires led pirates to adopt it as an emblem upon their black flags and chemists to use it to denote poisons. The combination also appears on tombstones, often in the same cemeteries as markers bearing winged skulls. The relief usually means, simply, "He's dead."

The bones that form the cross come from the thighs.