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The Furies (Erinyes) The Furies, the three infernal goddesses of vengeance and retribution personified conscience and punished crimes and each also had specific traits that they were associated with: Megaera was described as the 'jealous one' Tisiphone was described as the 'blood avenger' Alecto was described as 'unceasing in pursuit'Did the Furies ever punish the Greek gods?
To keep them in check is Nemesis, the goddess of revenge. There are no tales or records of the Furies ever punish the Greek Gods, who are immortal just like them but for far more superior in power.Who were the 3 Furies?
The Furies—Megaera, Tisiphone and Alecto—were three daughters of the Terra Mater who were conceived by Uranus. The Furies punished criminals, especially murderers, and represented conscience. The Furies of Roman mythology come from the Furies of Greek myths, which are also known as the Erinýes.