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something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

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

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11) Thomas Brightman, Apocalypsis apocalypseos, Iudocus Hondius & Hendrick Laurenss, Amsterdam (1611), pp.
Rehearsals for Apocalypsis were tense, punctuated with angry outbursts when he didn't get what he wanted from his performers.
The Apocalypsis Cybeles is a comic, gossipy tract about the six-week lying-in period after birth in which the husband and other men were excluded from the bedchamber and women visited and gossiped (in Praetorius's tract they are overheard by male eavesdroppers).
It was in the Apocalypsis cum figuris that Durer's style as an engraver matured, that he fully capitalised on the knowledge of contemporary developments in art that he had acquired on his Italian travels while also laying the foundation for the development of free pictorial prints.
Bernard and the Cistercians were vilified in th e Apocalypsis Golie, where the word goliardus appears, and in the Metamorphosis Golye, heavy with allusions to Heloise and Abelard.
Thomas Brightman, Apocalypsis Apocalypseos, (London, 1585; no publisher, available at the British Museum).
The golden field, no doubt, owes something to the plateae of Apocalypsis xxi.