Coptic Apocalypse of Elijah  

The Apocalypse of Elijah is an anonymous apocryphal work presenting itself as a revelation given by an angel.

Two versions are known today, a Coptic Christian fragmentary version and a Hebrew Jewish version. The title derives from mentions of Elijah within the text, although there is no other reason to assume that he is meant to be the author.

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Authorship: (Assumed)Elijah
Year Written: (Assumed)250-350 AD
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