“And I saw the wild beast and the kings of the earth and their armies gathered together to wage war against the one seated on the horse and against his army..." (Revelation 19: 19-20.) Five more versions of the apocalyptic classic and a dazzling chapter and verse analysis from Joseph Benson. There is also a new set of apocalyptic images showcasing artistic representations of scenes from the Book of Revelation. The Living Oracles Version Darby Version Young’s Literal Translation Rotherham Emphasized Bible Version Twentieth Century New Testament Version The Joseph Benson commentary IMAGE GALLERY INCLUDES... St. John on Patmos by Hieronymous Bosch, circa 1489. A seven-headed leopard-like beast, ‘Apocalypse 13,’ Beatus Escorial. "Thrust in thy sickle, and reap: for the time is come for thee to reap; for the harvest of the earth is ripe." (14:15), Escorial Beatus. ‘Apocalypse 12,’ the Woman and the Dragon. Beatus d'Osma, 11th century. The Fourth Angel sounds his trumpet, ‘Apocalypse 8.’ Beatus Escorial, circa 950. Apocalypse 7, the 144,000 elect. Beatus d'Osma, 11th century. White Rider from ‘Tolkovy Apocalyps,’ Moscow, 17th century. The Angel gives John the letter to the churches of Asia, Beatus Escorial, circa 950. The Jesus at the Door stained glass window depiction of Revelation 3:20 at St. Matthew's German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The Angel Appears to John. The book of Revelation. 13th-century manuscript. Frontispiece, Book of Revelation, Bible of San Paolo fuori le Mura, 9th century. St. John receives his Revelation. Saint-Sever Beatus, 11th century. *Includes brief introductory annotations for each version. *Individual Table of Contents for each version. *Perfect formatting in rich text.