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Erebus is the Greek god of darkness as well as a region of the Greek underworld.
Erebus may also refer to:
- Erebus (crater), a crater on Mars named after the ship
- Erebus (moth), a genus of noctuid moths
- Mount Erebus, an Antarctic volcano
- Mount Erebus disaster, a DC-10 crash on the mountain in 1979
- Erebus crystal, a type of feldspar
- Erebus Motorsport, an Australian motor racing team
- "Erebus", a 2004 song by The Amenta, from the album Occasus
- Erebos (album), an album by Hate
- HMS Erebus, five ships of Britain's Royal Navy, most famously:
- HMS Erebus (1826), a part of Franklin's failed expedition to find the Northwest Passage
- Erebus-class monitor, a class of Royal Navy ships
- USS Erebus (1869), a briefly-held name for the USS Squando (1865)
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