3 edition of The revolt of Tartarus found in the catalog.
The revolt of Tartarus
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Full text of "The revolt of Tartarus: a poem" See other formats. even though this book is technically composed of short stories, it definitely reads like a novel.
every story takes place on the planet tartarus, with the first one taking place years before their sun is going to explode in a supernova and destroy the planet. each successive story takes place closer to this final event. so the characters and plot of each story are different, only the /5.
A footnote in the HCSB reads: “Tartarus is a Greek name for a subterranean place of divine punishment lower than Hades.” In the apocryphal Book of Enoch (), Tartarus is used as a place where fallen angels are punished, an interpretation Peter affirms.
Tartarus occurs in the Septuagint translation of Job into Koine Greek, and in Hellenistic Jewish literature from the Greek text of 1 Enoch, dated to – states that God placed the archangel Uriel "in charge of the world and of Tartarus" ().
Tartarus is generally understood to be the place where fallen Watchers are imprisoned. In Hypostasis of the Archons (also .