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Ambrose (c. 340 – 4 April 397) was an archbishop of Milan.
Ambrose may also refer to:
- Ambrose (bandleader), or Bert Ambrose (1896-1971), English band-leader and violinist
- Ambrose of Alexandria (before 212 - c. 250), friend of the Christian theologian Origen
- Ambrose of Siena (1220-1286), Italian Dominican teacher, missionary and diplomat
- Mount Ambrose, a suburb of Redruth in Cornwall, England
- Ambrose, Contra Costa County, California
- Ambrose, Modoc County, California
- Ambrose, Georgia
- Ambrose, North Dakota
- Ambrose, Queensland, a town in Australia
- Ambrose Brook, New Jersey
- Ambrose Lake (Algoma District), Ontario
- Ambrose Lake (British Columbia)
- Ambrose Lake (Thunder Bay District), Ontario
- Ambrose Rocks, Antarctica
- Ambrose University College, a private Christian liberal arts college in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria
- St Ambrose Barlow RC High School, a Catholic technology college in Swinton, Greater Manchester, England, UK
- St. Ambrose College a Voluntary Aided Christian Brothers Catholic boys' grammar school in Hale Barns, Altrincham, Greater Manchester, England, UK
- The Ambrose School, classical Christian school grades K-12 in Meridian, Idaho, U.S.
- Saint Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.
- Saint Ambrose Catholic School, Cheverly, Maryland, U.S.
- St. Ambrose Academy, a Catholic middle school and high school in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.
- Lightship Ambrose, multiple lightships stationed on the Ambrose Channel
- Ambrose Light or Ambrose Tower, a light station that replaced the lightships on the Ambrose Channel
- Ambrose Medal, an annual award for service to the Canadian earth science community
- St. Ambrose Cathedral (Des Moines, Iowa)
- Ambrose, a type of team play in golf
- Ambrose, Louisiana, a fictional town featured in the 2005 version of House of Wax
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