Source record No.Sistine Chapel CeilingMediumFrescoMaterialPaint on plasterOrientationCroppedImage date1508-1512CreatorMichelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti SimoniSource notesDimensions (full fresco): 280 cm × 570 cm (9 ft 2 in × 18 ft 8 in). Image uploaded by Wikimedia user Alonso de Mendoza.
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ChristianityReligion · Monotheistic · 3 myths
Christianity is one of the world's most widely practiced religions. It is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of the Nazarene figure named Jesus. The important text associated with Christianity is the Holy Bible, which is comprised of the Old Testament and the New Testament. There...
The four horsemen of the apocalypse bring about the end of the known world and there is mass suffering and destruction. A destructive beast, marked with the number 666, is also involved. The beast comes from the water and has seven heads and ten horns.
God created everything in the course of six days, as follows: (day 1) the heavens and the earth—effectively the entire universe—followed by day and night; (day 2) a dome to separate heaven and earth; (day 3) land, from which trees and plant life is raised; (day 4) sun and moon; (day 5) creatures that dwell in the ocean, and; (day 6) animals and humans (Adam and Eve), modeled in his image. Afterwards, Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Upon eating the apple and gaining awareness, they were kicked out of the Garden of Eden and forced to live out their mortal days on Earth.
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