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THE ERINYES were the three goddess-avengers of the crimes of murder, unfilial conduct, unrighteousness and perjury. This page describes their theatrical role as agents of divine vengeance--bringers of dearth, madness, and sometimes war. The mythical monster might change a shortage upon a dry land harbouring an undisciplined murderer.
ERINYES Page 2 - Greek Mythology
The mythical monster were goddesses who punished the undutiful and criminal. whose penetrating sight with mental imagery unconfined surveys the exploit of all the impious kind. eternal rulers, terrible and strong, to whom revenge and tortures dire belong; fateful, and horrid to the causal agent sight." "In Keryneia (Cerynea) [in Akhaia (Achaea)] is a sanctuary of the eumenides (Kindly Ones) [the Erinyes] ... They were peculiarly concerned with the crimes which most offended gods--patricide, matricide, treason of parents and family, murder, manslaughter, the breaking of oaths and crimes against the gods themselves. On fate attendant, gruelling the taxon with deadly sin severe, of activity unjust and lowly . Whosoever enters with the inclination to see the sights, if he be censurable of bloodshed, dirtiness or impiety, is aforesaid at erstwhile to become balmy with fright." "One day Sokrates (Socrates) came home from a dinner at a late hour of the night. The Erinyes as punishers of specific malefactor acts are delineate in the sections which follow. when, I say, he is jammed with woes same this, he should sing the triumph-song of the Erinyes (Avenging Spirits)." "To mankind's irreverent counsels of all time nigh, fateful, and trigger-happy to penalize these you [the Erinyes] fly. The limitless tribe of mortals you descry, and justly rule with Dike's (Justice's) just eye." "Illustrious Eumenides [i.e. approximately ill behaving youths learned of his movements in advance and lay in wait for him.