Angel of Death
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Angel of Death may refer to:
- The Passover "Angel of Death", a destroying angel commonly described as the deliverer of the tenth plague in the Book of Exodus
- Destroying angel (Bible), other destroying angels, named and unnamed, in the Bible
- Michael (archangel), carries Adam to his grave in some texts
- Gabriel, angel of death over kings
- Samael, an important archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore
- Yama, lord of death
- Michael (archangel), good angel of death
- Samael, evil angel of death
- Abaddon, also called Apollyon, a destroying angel in the Book of Revelation
- Santa Muerte, a sacred figure venerated primarily in Mexico and the United States
- Azrael, the Archangel of Death in some traditions
- Louis Antoine de Saint-Just (1767–1794), French revolutionary organizer of the Reign of Terror
- Josef Mengele (1911–1979), German SS officer and Nazi concentration camp doctor
- August Miete (1908–1978), German SS officer and Nazi extermination camp officer
- Irma Grese (1923–1945), German SS officer and Nazi concentration camp guard
- Alfredo Astiz (born 1951), Argentine Navy officer known as the "Blond Angel of Death"
- Beverley Allitt (born 1968), English nurse who murdered four child patients in Lincolnshire, UK
- Richard Angelo (born 1962), New York nurse who poisoned 35 patients, killing ten
- Charles Cullen (born 1960), American nurse who is thought to be responsible for more than 40 patients' unexplained deaths in hospitals within New Jersey and Pennsylvania, USA
- Kristen Gilbert (born 1967), American nurse who murdered four patients in Massachusetts, USA
- Donald Harvey (born 1952), American orderly and convicted serial killer who claims to have murdered 87 people
- Colin Norris (born 1976), Scottish nurse and serial killer
- Harold Shipman (1946–2004), English doctor who murdered up to 250 elderly patients.
- David Sheldon (1953–2007), American professional wrestler
- Amanita ocreata, a poisonous mushroom
- Angel of Death (novel), by Jack Higgins
- Angel of Death, a novel by Alane Ferguson
- Angel of Death (web series), American thriller
- Broken Sword: The Angel of Death, computer game
- "The Angel of Death" (Robin Hood), British TV series episode
- "The Angel of Death", a short story by Michael Shea
- Angel of Death (NCIS), an episode of the American TV series NCIS
- "Angel of Death" (Criminal Minds), An episode of the American TV series "Criminal Minds".
- The Angel of Death, a recurring character on the TV series Charmed
- "The Angel of Death", an episode in the TV series Dexter
- Angel of Death, Molly in the TV series The Following
- Angel of Death, Shachath in the TV series American Horror Story: Asylum
- Angel of Death, a live album by Angel Witch
- Angel of Death (Slayer song)
- Angel of Death (Thin Lizzy song), 1982
- Angel of Death, song by Immortal Technique
- Angel of Death, song by Hank Williams, Sr.
- Angel of Death, a song by Axxis
- Angel of Death, song by Eligh
- "Angel of Death", song by Andrew Jackson Jihad
- Angel of Death (criminology), a type of serial killer
- Lockheed AC-130, a gunship sometimes referred to as the "Angel of Death"
- The Angel of Death (1895), a Pre-Raphaelite painting by Simeon Solomon
- Space Marines (Warhammer 40,000), each nicknamed "Angel of Death" in the game Warhammer 40,000
- A spell used in the strategy game Populous: The Beginning
- Angels of Death as seen in Left 4 Dead on the wall in numerous rooms
- Abdulrahman Al-Shoaibi, a Saudi footballer who suffered a seizure following a kick to the neck, an internet urban legend claimed he was taken by the "Angel of Death"
- Angels of Death (disambiguation)
- Death angel (disambiguation)
- Angel of Mercy (criminology), a caregiver who intentionally harms or kills persons under his care
- Death (personification)
- Exterminating Angel (disambiguation)
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