While they went on talking together, they drew near the village of Emmaus, to which the two men were going.
There are warm baths at a little distance from it, in a village named Emmaus.
With such conversation they reached Emmaus, where the two disciples were to visit a friend.
Emmaus was fought before Yorktown, and Thermopyl before Emmaus.
When they reached Emmaus, they came to the home of one of the disciples.
The neighbourhood of Emmaus was the scene of the second great Maccabean struggle.
To-day, life is a brief Emmaus journey—the soul happy in the presence and love of an unseen Saviour.
A Landscape; with figures representing the journey to Emmaus.32.
He turned his back on the cross and started down the hill toward Emmaus.
Afterward he appeared to Cleopas and another disciple as they journied to Emmaus.
Biblical town (Luke xxiv:13), from Aramaic hammat "hot spring."
hot baths, a village "three-score furlongs" from jerusalem, where our Lord had an interview with two of his disciples on the day of his resurrection (Luke 24:13). This has been identified with the modern el-Kubeibeh, lying over 7 miles north-west of Jerusalem. This name, el-Kubeibeh, meaning "little dome," is derived from the remains of the Crusaders' church yet to be found there. Others have identified it with the modern Khurbet Khamasa i.e., "the ruins of Khamasa", about 8 miles south-west of Jerusalem, where there are ruins also of a Crusaders' church. Its site, however has been much disputed.