The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse: From The Spanish of Vicente Blasco Ibanez ' Authorized Translation by Charlotte Brewster Jordan
Published 1918: Twenty-Fifth Printing / Hardcover / Good Condition
Original blue cloth no jacket. 489 clean age-toned pages, neat previous owners dedication dated Christmas 1918 on the first free page, lower corner on title page clipped no text affected., Slight fading on boards and spine edges bumped with time, solid binding with no loose pages.
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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are figures in Christian mythology, appearing in the New Testament's final book, Revelation, an apocalypse written by John of Patmos, as well as in the Old Testament's prophetic Book of Zechariah, and in the Book of Ezekiel, where they are named as punishments from God.
The Book of Revelations in the New Testament lists the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as conquest, war, famine and death, while in the Old Testament's Book of Ezekiel they are sword, famine, wild beasts and pestilence or plague.