I found out several ones like:
-Historicist, which sees in Revelation a broad view of history;
-Preterist, in which Revelation mostly refers to the events of the apostolic era (1st century), or—at the latest—the fall of the Roman Empire;
-Futurist, which believes that Revelation describes future events (modern believers in this interpretation are often called "millennialists");
-Idealist, or Symbolic, which holds that Revelation does not refer to actual people or events, but is an allegory of the spiritual path and the ongoing struggle between good and evil;
-Paschal liturgical interpretation: This interpretation considers the liturgical worship, particularly the Easter rites, of early Christianity as background and context for understanding the Book of Revelation's structure and significance. In form is structured after creation, fall, judgment and redemption. Those who hold this view say that the Temple's destruction (70 AD) had a profound effect on the Jewish people, not only in Jerusalem but among the Greek-speaking Jews of the Mediterranean. It's believed The Book of Revelation provides insight into the early Eucharist, saying that it is the new Temple worship in the New Heaven and Earth.
Is there an official interpretation and date of that book ( before 70AD or 95 AD)?