Sariel (Aramaic:, Greek:, Coptic: “Prince of God” “God’s Prince”) is a Jewish angel. Suriel, Suriyel (in certain Dead Sea Scrolls translations), Seriel, Sauriel, Saraqael, Sarakiel, Suruel, Surufel, and Sourial are further probable variants of his name. In 1 Enoch, a fallen Watcher named Säraquyael (Amharic: ) and Säräqael (Amharic: ) is mentioned as one of the seven holy angels who are “of eternity and trembling.” According to Kabbalistic legend, he is one of seven earthly angels. Origen named Sariel as one of seven angels who the Ophites see as possessing primal abilities. Sariel is invoked in Gnosticism for his protective abilities. On 27 Tobi in the Coptic calendar, he is celebrated.