He no longer saw the shades of meaning in her face, but in the blackness of Erebus he could have sensed her presence at his side.
Only a few miles to the west the Erebus and Terror were lost.
His head, borne upon his lyre now for ever mute, has been cast upon the shore of Erebus.
With him ruled the goddess of Night and their son was Erebus, god of Darkness.
Erebus (Er′ebus), son of Chaos, one of the gods of Hades, sometimes alluded to as representing the infernal regions.
They had reached the gate where Erebus waited, when Russell took off his hat.
Hadji left Erebus on board this vessel, and returned to the chebec to carry out the orders of Pog.
There are others as dark as Erebus who would have done nothing of the sort.
It is now nearly one o'clock, and in half an hour the night will be as dark as Erebus.
I heard Mr Dunning, as he passed me, apostrophising the night as dark as Erebus.
"place of darkness between earth and Hades," from Latin Erebus, from Greek Erebos, of unknown origin, perhaps from Semitic (cf. Hebrew erebh "sunset, evening"), or from PIE *regw-es- "darkness." Used figuratively of darkness from 1590s.