Erinyes   - in ancient sources @

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  Erinyes   - the Furies, Greek goddesses of vengeance
Wikipedia entry
  + Erinys , Furies
[Longin]:Subl_15   passages the poet himself had Furies before his eyes and almost
Aelian:NA_10.33   sacred to the Fates and the Erinyes. [34] & Even white
AnthPal_7.188   burst in and by him the fell Erinys chanted the dirge
AnthPal_7.377   he is bound by the dark Furies in the middle of Cocytus,
AntipSid_7.745   alling of the cranes the Erinys avenged your death in the
Obseq_56   to the grove of the Furies, a mighty laugh without a
THI_7   (after 40) [driven berserk] by some Furies. [As for us], the god

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