Who were the Greek Furies?
Similarly one may ask, who created the Furies?
There are several different versions about the creation of the Furies. In one story, the Furies are born from the blood of Uranus, the ancient god of the sky, and Gaea, or mother Earth, after Uranus's death. In other stories, they are the children of Gaea and Darkness.
Similarly, how were the Furies created? Their Roman equivalents were the Furies or Dirae. They were created when the Titan Uranus was castrated by his son Cronus and his genitals were thrown into the sea; the drops of blood that fell onto Gaia (the earth) created the Erinyes and the Meliae, while out of the sea foam, Aphrodite emerged.
People also ask, whose protectors do the Furies become?
Punishers of wrong-doing in general, the Furies were considered protectors of the rights of senior family members, especially mothers, fathers, and elder siblings.
Who were the Furies parents?