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Cuando los musulmanes irrumpieron en Irlanda, Baltimore era uno de los mayores enclaves piratas de la zona. Sin embargo, la ‘razzia’ transformó a sus habitantes, que reclamaron una intervención decidida contra el bandidaje marítimo, fuese local o extranjero. «La miseria y el miedo volvieron honesta a la gente», escribe Peter Earle en el ensayo ‘Piratas en guerra’ (ed. Melusina).
When the Muslims fell unto Ireland, Baltimore was one of the biggest piratical sites in the area. However, the raid transformed its inhabitants, who claimed for a decided intervention against sea banditry, however local or foreign. "Misery and fear turned the people honest", writes Peter Earle in the essay "Pirates at war" (pub. by Melusina).
If such, it would be interesting to mention that Baltimore was a pirate haven. --Error (talk) 23:53, 25 November 2012 (UTC)