What do the Furies accuse Apollo of?
Just so, what is the relationship between Apollo and the Furies?
(page 147) Apollo and the furies have a hate love relationship; apollo uses the furies as a way of seeking vengeance regardless of who it is for. Apollo, the gods and goddesses love the services of them, but despise them as people.
Also Know, how does Athena appease the furies? Briefly: Athena tries to appease the Furies because as they see it, they got screwed in Orestes' trial. It's their job to punish those who murder blood relatives, as Orestes has done. The Athenian jurors are deadlocked (killing your mom is bad, but a wife shouldn't kill her husband. So the Furies are pissed.
In respect to this, wHO appeals to Furies to become the protectors of Athens?
Rather than bringing death, Athena urges the Furies to become creatures of goodness, protectors of the greatest city of Athens.
What are the Furies known for?
THE ERINYES (Furies) were three goddesses of vengeance and retribution who punished men for crimes against the natural order. They were particularly concerned with homicide, unfilial conduct, offenses against the gods, and perjury.