Here now the accounts of the nine pirate lords
And one impostor amidst them all
Here now their voice and story
And which impostor to die
The first of all is the chief of all
Hidden by the songs of death
The second lord brought with him a dove
And the largest army of the bunch
The third of such is the most known of such
Named by a foreigner to the original one
The fourth lord is cruel and lost
And dragged the Titan down to the abyss
The fifth pirate is known as Helen, aged yet classy
Some may call her Tethys, others, a hybrid
The sixth one birthed the iron with a feet of clay,
Known by the Greeks as horse of superiority
The seventh pirate's a distant relative to Heracles
Though in possession by the Roman army
The eighth pirate reigns up not down
Don't let its waters deceive its name
The ninth lord reigns down not up
The waters describe its name
The tenth pirate may have met with Moses
Columbus looked for him but found the third instead
Answer me, yet truthfully
Which pirate is to be dead?
Also a free, bonus -0 points to whoever figures out what the title is referencing
Pirate name not needed, just their number. Also tell me the EXACT name of the sea, that's the more important part
Pirate one is the traitor, but why?
Homer and sirens, what's that all about?
What's a prominent sea surrounding Greece?