Alpha and Omega (disambiguation)
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Alpha and Omega is an appellation of God in the Book of Revelation.
Alpha and Omega and similar titles may also refer to:
- Alpha & Omega (band), British dub/reggae duo
- Alpha & Omega Recording, the San Rafael, California recording studio of American music producer Sandy Pearlman
- Alpha and Omega (Bizzy Bone album)
- Alpha and Omega (Tonus Peregrinus album),
- Alpha Omega (album), the third studio album by Cro-Mags
- "Alpha Omega", a bootleg compilation of tracks by The Beatles which prompted the release of the official 1962-1966 and 1967-1970 compilations
- Alpha and omega, the first and the last letter in the Classical (Ionic) Greek alphabet
- Alpha and Omega (Harrison), a collection of essays, lectures, and letters written by Jane Ellen Harrison
- Alpha and Omega, California gold rush towns, now honored as the historical landmark of Alpha Hydraulic Diggings
- Alpha and Omega (film), 2010 animated comedy-drama film and a series of direct-to-DVD videos
- Alpha and Omega (radio plays), a pair of radio dramas by Mike Walker first aired by the BBC World Service in 2001 and 2002
- Alpha and Omega, a 2007 novella by Patricia Briggs and the name for a series of subsequent novels
- Alpha and Omega, another name for the word game Word chain
- Alpha & Omega: The Search for the Beginning and End of the Universe, a 2003 book by Charles Seife
- Alpha et Omega, an occult order initially named the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
- Alpha Omega (role-playing game), developed by Mind Storm Labs
- Alpha Omega Fraternity, a professional Jewish dental fraternity
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