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An Epoch, epoch or EPOCH may refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Cross Epoch, a crossover chapter of the Dragon Ball and One Piece manga
- Epoch (DC Comics), a supervillain also known as the Lord of Time
- Epoch (film), a 2001 science fiction TV film directed by Matt Codd
- Epoch (Marvel Comics), a cosmic entity in the Marvel Comics universe
- Epoch, a 2006 album released by the Japanese hip hop group Rip Slyme
- Epoch Co., a Japanese toy and computer games company
- Epoch Game Pocket Computer, an early hand-held game console produced by Epoch Co.
- Epoch (Chrono Trigger), a flying time machine in role-playing game Chrono Trigger
- Epoch Hunter, a boss in Caverns of Time from the game World of Warcraft
- Epoch (magazine), literary magazine of Cornell University
- Epoch (Russian magazine), literary magazine by Fyodor Dostoyevsky and his brother Mikhail
- Ha-Tsefirah (lit. Epoch), a Hebrew language newspaper published in 1862 and 1874–1931
- The Epoch Times, a privately owned Falun Gong-linked newspaper
Science and technology
- EPOCH (chemotherapy), a chemotherapy regimen for some lymphomas comprising etoposide, doxorubicin, vincristine, cyclophosphamide, and prednisone
- EPOCh (Extrasolar Planet Observation and Characterization), a NASA mission associated with EPOXI
- Epoch (programming language), a general purpose programming language.
- Epoch (astronomy), a moment in time used as a reference for the orbital elements of a celestial body
- Epoch (cosmology) or cosmologic epoch, a phase in the development of the universe since the Big Bang
- Epoch (geology) or geologic epoch, a span of time smaller than a period and larger than an age
- Epoch (race), racial periods in Blavatsky's esoteric theory of the root races
- Epoch (reference date), a moment in time chosen as the origin of a particular era
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