Angel of Rage - Called N'mosnikttiel in M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses.
Angel of Rain - In rabbinic lore, at least 5 quality as angels of rain: Matriel, Matrael, Matariel, Ridya (Ridia), and Zalbesael (Zelebsel). 3 Enoch (the Hebrew Book of Enoch) vouches for "Batarrel standing for Matarel." In ancient Persina writings, the angel of rain (as also for rivers) was Dara.
Angel of Rarified Air - In Parsi angelology the angel is Ram-Khvastra; in Mandaean lore, it is Ayar Ziwa.
Angel of Repentance - According to various sources, the angel of repetence is Sheperd, Michael, Raphael, Suriel, Salathiel, Phanuel (Penuel).
Angel of Resurrection - The angel who rolled away the stone before Jesus' tomb. He is called the angel of the Lord.
Angel of Revelation - Gabriel.
Angel of the Right - In the Valentinian (gnostic) theory of Excerpts, the Angels of the Right were those who had prior knowledge of the birth of Christ.
Angel of Righteousness - Michael. In The Sheperd of Hermas, the angel (unnamed) is described as "mild, modest, gentle and quiet" and as one of 2 angels "with man," the other being an "angel of iniquity."
Angel of the River Jordan - Called Silmai; also Nidbai.
Angel of Rivers - In M. Gaster, The Sword of Moses, the angel of rivers is Trsiel; in Persian lore the angel is Dara.
Angel of Rome - Usually spoken of as Sammael, who is Satan in post-Biblica lore. Edom was a designation for Rome.
Angel of Running Streams - Nahaliel