“Saying to the sixt Angel which had the trumpet, Loose the foure Angels which are bound in the great riuer Euphrates.”
King James Version (KJV)
11. And they had a king ouer them, which is the Angel of the bottomlesse pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greeke tongue hath his name Apollyon. 12. One woe is past, and behold there come two woes more hereafter. 13. And the sixt Angel sounded, and I heard a voyce from the foure hornes of the golden altar, which is before God, 14. Saying to the sixt Angel which had the trumpet, Loose the foure Angels which are bound in the great riuer Euphrates. 15. And the foure Angels were loosed, which were prepared for an houre, and a day, and a moneth, and a yeere, for to slay the third part of men. 16. And the number of the armie of the horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand: and I heard the number of them. 17. And thus I sawe the horses in the vision, and them that sate on them, hauing brest-plates of fire and of Iacinct, and brimstone, & the heades of the horses were as the heads of Lions, and out of their mouthes issued fire, and smoke, and brimstone.