Furies In Greek Mythology

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The Furies are monstrous women that lived in the underworld and avenged murders. In Greek, they are typically known as Erinyes, which may have originated from the Arcadian word meaning to be angry. They are known to look like Gorgons of sorts, with their snaky hair. Eventually, they became known as fearsome creatures who loved to wreak havoc. Next, the Fates were three sisters, incarnations of destiny and life. Their names were Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos. They were also known as very ugly women, stern and severe. They were also known to visit a newborn child three days after its birth to decide its fate. As well as this, they seemed to be the controllers of fate of both mortals and
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