Erebus

In Greek mythology, Erebus s, also Erebos (Ἔρεβος, `deep darkness, shadow`), was often conceived as a primordial deity, representing the personification of darkness; for instance, Hesiod`s Theogony identifies him as one of the first five beings in existence, born of Chaos. Erebus features little in Greek mythological tradition and litera......
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Erebus

• (n.) The son of Chaos and brother of Nox, who dwelt in Erebus. • (n.) A place of nether darkness, being the gloomy space through which the souls passed to Hades. See Milton`s `Paradise Lost,` Book II., line 883.
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Erebus

(from the article `Chaos`) ...concepts occur in the Theogony of Hesiod. First there was Chaos in Hesiod`s system, then Gaea and Eros (Earth and Desire). Chaos, however, did not ...
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Erebus

noun (Greek mythology) Greek god of darkness who dwelt in the underworld; son of Chaos; brother of Nox; father of Aether and Day
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Erebus

[crater] Erebus is a crater lying situated within the Margaritifer Sinus quadrangle (MC-19) region of the planet Mars, this extraterrestrial geological feature was visited by the Opportunity rover on the way to the much larger crater Victoria. It is named after the polar exploration vessel HMS Erebus which was used by James Clark Ross in 19...
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Erebus

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Erebus

[moth] Erebus is, historically, a genus of moth of the family Noctuidae, though in more recent classifications, it is the type genus of the family Erebidae. ==Gallery== File:NoctuidWynaad.jpg|Erebus ephesperis ...
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Erebus

Er'e·bus noun [ Latin , from Greek ....] 1. (Greek Myth.) A place of nether darkness, being the gloomy space through which the souls passed to Hades. See Milton's 'Paradise Lost,' Book II., line 883. 2. (Greek Myth.) The son of Chaos and brother of Nox , who...
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Erebus

consort of Nyx (Night) and god of dark mists. Often synonymous with the threshold to the underworld.
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Erebus

Erebus (er'ibus) , in Greek religion and mythology, personification of darkness. According to Hesiod, Erebus sprang from Chaos and was the father of Day. His name was sometimes used for Hades.
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Erebus

Erebus was the Greek god of darkness.
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Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British monitor of 7200 tons displacement built under the Great War Emergency War Programme and launched in 1916. HMS Erebus was powered by Babcock boilers providing a top speed of 14.1 knots. She carried a complement of 315 and was armed with two 15 inch guns; two 3 inch anti-aircraft guns and twelve smaller guns.
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Erebus

In Greek mythology, the god of darkness; also the intermediate subterranean region between upper Earth and Hades through which the spirits (shades) passed. Erebus was the son of primordial Chaos,...
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Erebus

In Greek mythology, the god of darkness; also the intermediate subterranean region between upper Earth and Hades through which the spirits (shades) passed. Erebus was the son of primordial Chaos, and father of the Upper Air (Aether), Day (Hemera), and the underworld ferryman Charon by his sister Night (Nyx). In various traditions the Fates (Moi...
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Erebus

Spirit of darkness; son of Chaos.
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Erebus

[n] - (Greek mythology) Greek god of darkness who dwelt in the underworld
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