Apocalypse

An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apocálypsis, from ἀπό and καλύπτω meaning `un-covering`), translated literally from Greek, is a disclosure of knowledge, i.e., a lifting of the veil or revelation, although this sense did not enter English until the 14th century. In religious contexts it is usually a disclosure of s.....
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(from the article `Duvet, Jean`) Duvet`s two best-known later works are the unicorn series and the `Apocalypse.` The former, probably done in the early 1540s, earned the artist the ...
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(from the article `Dürer, Albrecht`) Italian influences were slower to take hold in Dürer`s graphics than in his drawings and paintings. Strong late Gothic elements dominate the ...
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apocalypse

[n] - a cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil
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Apocalypse

• (n.) The revelation delivered to St. John, in the isle of Patmos, near the close of the first century, forming the last book of the New Testament. • (n.) Anything viewed as a revelation; a disclosure. • (n.) One of a numerous class of writings proceeding from Jewish authors between 250 b. c. and 150 a. d., and designed to propagate...
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apocalypse

noun a cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil
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Apocalypse

[Albrecht Dürer] == Captioned As == ...
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[board game] Apocalypse is a board game released by Games Workshop in 1980. The game is a simplified re-release of the earlier publication, The Warlord. The game is conceptually similar to Risk but played on a map of Western Europe (the original covered Eastern Europe as well), and unlike Risk allows simulation of nuclear weapons. A novel c...
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Apocalypse

[chess variant] Apocalypse is a chess variant invented by C. S. Elliott in 1976.{sfnp|Pritchard|1994|p=9|ps=}{sfnp|Pritchard|2007|p=181|ps=} The players each start with two horsemen and five footmen on a 5×5 board. The two sides make their moves simultaneously. The game was featured in Issue 53 of Games & Puzzles magazine. ==Game rules== T...
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Apocalypse

[Dürer] The Apocalypse, properly Apocalypse with Pictures (Apocalypsis cum Figuris) is a famous series of fifteen woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer of scenes from the Book of Revelation, published in 1498, which rapidly brought him fame across Europe. The series was probably cut on pear-wood blocks and drew on theological advice, particularly fr...
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Apocalypse

[Six Flags America] Apocalypse is a steel stand-up roller coaster located at Six Flags America in Prince George`s County, Maryland. The ride made its debut in 1990 as Iron Wolf at Six Flags Great America before being relocated to Six Flags America and renamed to Apocalypse. The roller coaster was the first built by Swiss manufacturer Bollig...
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Apocalypse

[video game] Apocalypse is a third-person shooter video game released for the PlayStation, developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. It is notable for featuring actor Bruce Willis, who provides the main character`s likeness and voice, as well as being the first original game by Neversoft, prior to launching their blockbuster Tony ...
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Apocalypse

[X-Men] I created this for Neomura ...
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Apocalypse

A·poc'a·lypse noun [ Latin apocalypsis , Greek ..., from ... to uncover, to disclose; ... from + ... to cover, conceal: confer French apocalypse .] 1. The revelation delivered to St. John, in the isle of Patmos, near the close of the first century, forming the last book of the New...
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Apocalypse

a term applied to the disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the majority of humankind
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Apocalypse

An Amarr tier 2 battleship.
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apocalypse

apocalypse (upok'ulips) [Gr.,=uncovering], genre represented in early Jewish and in Christian literature in which the secrets of the heavenly world or of the world to come are revealed by angelic mediation within a narrative framework. The genre seems to have arisen in Palestine in the 3d cent. ...
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Apocalypse

From the Greek word apocalypsis (unveiling'), an apocalypse originally referred to a mystical revela
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Apocalypse

literally means, 'that which is revealed'; descripes certain forms of literature popular in Christianity and Judaism from the second century B.C.E. to the second century C.E.; often times written in a secret code and spoke about a dramatic end of the world.
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Revelation disclosed only to a chosen person. The term is applied to the last book of the New Testament, the Apocalypse of St John, otherwise known as Revelation. There were many earlier writings of...
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