beasts of the Apocalypse

beasts of the Apocalypse

one has ten horns, seven heads, and ten crowns on the horns; the other has two horns and speaks like a dragon. [N.T.: Revelation 13:1,11]
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Musee d'architecture--La Loge, Brussels Rollicking tour of symbolic and decorative roles of fabulous animals in architecture, from early primitive monsters--phoenix, chimera, basilisk, beasts of the Apocalypse etc--to contemporary zoomorphic follies.
We are in an Inferno when we see the beasts of the Apocalypse, appropriated from Daniel, and soon know where Dante, Milton, and Blake found the tradition of their bestial apocalyptic visions: