Emmaus (disambiguation)

Emmaus could refer to a number of things named for the Biblical Emmaus:

* Battle of Emmaus
* Emmaus, an ancient town in current day Israel
* Emmaus Bible College (Australia) in Epping, Australia
* Emmaus Bible College (Iowa) in Dubuque, Iowa
* Emmaus (charity)
* Emmaus College, a school in Queensland, Australia
* Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania
* Emmaus, Pennsylvania
* Plague of Emmaus
* Supper at Emmaus

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