[mahg-noo s ahn-noo s] /ˈmɑg nʊs ˈɑn nʊs/

noun, Latin.
the Great Year: a cycle of years, usually a thousand, that begins with a Golden Age, steadily deteriorates, and ends with a universal catastrophe, either a fire or a flood.


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