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Alpha and Omega are the first and the last letters, respectively, of the Greek alphabet.

They have been employed from the fourth century as a symbol expressing the confidence of orthodox Christians in the scriptural proofs of Our Lord's divinity.

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26 February 2013 We have the pleasure to inform you that the FCI and BRFC members Bulgarian Dalmatian Club and Bulgarian Cynological Club “Pharaoh Hound” will organize two club shows with rank CAC – for Dalmatians and Primitive Types.

The exact date is 16th of June, 2013 the place is Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

This symbol was suggested by the Apocalypse, where Christ, as well as the Father, is "the First and the Last" (ii, 8); "the Alpha and Omegain Scripture), the first and the last, the beginning and the end" (cf., xxii, 13; i, 8).

Clement of Alexandria speaks of the Word as "the Alpha and the Omega of Whom alone the end becomes beginning, and ends again at the original beginning without any break" (Strom., IV, 25).

Tertullian also alludes to Christ as the Alpha and Omegain Scripture) (De Monogamiâ, v), and from Prudentius (Cathemer., ix, 10) we learn that in the fourth century the interpretation of the apocalyptic letters was still the same: "Alpha et Omega cognominatus, ipse fons et clausula, Omnium quae sunt, fuerunt, quaeque post futura sunt." It was, however, in the monuments of early Christianity that the symbolic Alpha and Omegain Scripture) had their greatest vogue. died, a virgin Tuscus and Anullinus being consuls).