Great Flood (disambiguation)
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Great Flood is a phrase used to describe the central event in any of several versions of the flood myth, whether historically accurate or mythological.
Great Flood may also refer to:
- Deluge (prehistoric), evidence for prehistoric floods sometimes individually referred to as great floods
- Genesis flood narrative in the Hebrew and Christian Bible, which includes Noah's Ark
- Great Flood (China), a flood dating from the 3rd millennium BC
- Great Flood of 1844, the biggest flood ever recorded on the Missouri River and Upper Mississippi River in terms of discharge
- Great Flood of 1851 in the Midwest USA
- Great Flood of 1862, a flood in California, USA
- Great Sheffield Flood, a flood that devastated parts of Sheffield, England on 11 March 1864
- Great Flood of 1881, a natural disaster in Omaha, Nebraska, USA
- Johnstown Flood, known locally as the Great Flood of 1889
- 1910 Great Flood of Paris, a January 1910 flooding of the River Seine
- Great Flood of 1913, a natural disaster in Indiana, Ohio and ten other states in the USA
- Great Dayton Flood, part of the Great Flood of 1913
- Boston Molasses Disaster of 1919, known locally as the Great Molasses Flood
- Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, the most destructive river flood in US history
- Great Flood of 1951, a July 1951 flooding of the Kansas River, USA
- Great Flood of 1968, a flood caused by very heavy rain that struck South East England and France in mid-September 1968
- Great Flood of 1993 in midwest USA, one of the most costly and devastating in US history
- Great Deluge algorithm, a term in mathematics which uses an alternate form of the phrase
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