Apocalypse of Daniel
The Apocalypse of Daniel is an ancient pseudepigraphic text, which is allegedly attributed to the Hebrew prophet Daniel, and so is associated with the Hebrew Bible. However, no Jewish or Christian group regards this text as canonical or as authoritative scripture. The text describes one particular vision of Daniel, regarding the appearance and activities of the Antichrist before the Day of Judgement. The text is divided into fourteen chapters, with chapters 1-7 describing historical events from the time; and chapters 8-14 predicting the coming of the Antichrist.
Year: 800 AD
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