Agnus (Latin for lamb) can be used to refer to:

  • Agnus (beetle), a stag beetle genus
  • Agnus Dei (Latin: "Lamb of God"), referring to Jesus Christ
  • Agnus scythicus, Latin for Vegetable Lamb of Tartary, a mythologic lamb-plant
  • MOS Technology Agnus, an integrated circuit in the OCS chipset of the Commodore Amiga computer
  • Vitex agnus-castus, a Mediterranean plant

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Lamb Of God - Gallery
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