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PRIMORDIAL DEITY IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY
Erebos; Érebos; Erberus; Έρεβος; Deep blackness; Deep darkness; Ἔρεβος; Erebus in popular culture; Scotus (god)

Erebus         
·noun The son of Chaos and brother of Nox, who dwelt in Erebus.
II. Erebus ·noun 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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[L] (Myth.) Hell, Tartarus, Hades, Avernus, the under-world, the world of the dead, the grave, the abyss, the lower world, the infernal regions, shades below, region of darkness, Pluto's realms, the Plutonian shore.
Erebus         
In Greek mythology, Erebus (; , "deep darkness, shadow".), or Erebos, is the personification of darkness and one of the primordial deities.

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Erebus

In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, Erebus (; Ancient Greek: Ἔρεβος, romanized: Érebos, "deep darkness, shadow"), or Erebos, is the personification of darkness and one of the primordial deities. Hesiod's Theogony identifies him as one of the first five beings in existence, born of Chaos.

Pronunciation examples for erebus
1. shark. It's another view of Mount Erebus looking
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2. It was overloaded. You see Mount Erebus in the very background
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3. the other way. Mount Erebus the big, uh, volcano in the background.
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4. This is the Ross Sea in Antarctica. It's a -- looking at the tongue of the Erebus
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5. skin, uh, crack, uh, cracked clay on the surface. This is mount Erebus in Antarctica.
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Examples of use of erebus
1. Opportunity spent most of the past four months at Erebus Crater.
2. "What we see at Erebus is a thicker interval of wetted sediment than we‘ve seen anywhere else," said John Grotzinger of the California Institute of Technology.
3. In 1'8', he married June Mulgrew, the widow of Hillary‘s climbing partner Peter Mulgrew, who had died in a plane crash in Antarctica‘s Mount Erebus a decade earlier.
4. Opportunity finished examining sedimentary evidence of ancient water at a crater called Erebus, and is now rapidly crossing flat ground toward a much larger crater, Victoria.
5. Opportunity left Erebus the week of March 1' and is on a two–kilometer journey to a giant crater called Victoria.