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===1650s Recurrence===
 
===1650s Recurrence===
[[David Blake]] claimed that this Recurrence took place in the [[1640s Recurrence|1640s]], and described it as a "vintage Pantheon". However, mathematically speaking, it could have taken place in the 1650s, depending on the exact dates of the 18th century Recurrence.
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[[David Blake]] claimed that this Recurrence took place in the [[1640s Recurrence|1640s]], and described it as a "vintage Pantheon". However, mathematically speaking, it must have taken place in the 1650s.
 
===1740s Recurrence===
 
===1740s Recurrence===
Nothing is known about the this Recurrence, which probably took place in the late 1730s or early 1740s.
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Nothing is known about the 1740s Recurrence.
 
===1830s Recurrence===
 
===1830s Recurrence===
 
The [[1830s Recurrence]] featured the gods as famous Romantics, such as [[Lucifer|Lord Byron]], [[Woden|Mary Shelley]] and [[The Morrigan|Percy Shelley]]. It is the subject of [[1831]].The final members of this Recurrence's Pantheon having gotten themselves killed meddling in "necromancy".
 
The [[1830s Recurrence]] featured the gods as famous Romantics, such as [[Lucifer|Lord Byron]], [[Woden|Mary Shelley]] and [[The Morrigan|Percy Shelley]]. It is the subject of [[1831]].The final members of this Recurrence's Pantheon having gotten themselves killed meddling in "necromancy".
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