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Saint Elias, the Latin form of the Hebrew name Elijah, may refer to any of:
Saints named Elias include:
- Elijah, an Old Testament prophet sometimes revered as a Christian saint.
- Elias of Jerusalem, a 5th-century Patriarch of Jerusalem
- Elias and companions, a group of Egyptian Christian martyrs (d.309)
- Ignatius Elias III, a Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch who is venerated as a saint in the Syriac Orthodox Church
- Mount Saint Elias, the second highest mountain in Canada and the United States
- Saint Elias Mountains, a mountain range in Alaska and the Canadian Yukon
- Mount Carmel in Israel, also known as Mount Saint Elias (Jebel Mar Elyas)
- Elias (disambiguation)
- Agios Ilias (disambiguation), Saint Elias in Greek
- Mar Elias (disambiguation), Saint Elias in Aramaic and Arabic
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