Mythology & Beliefs: Euryale In Greek and Roman Mythology, Euryale was one of several Gorgons.
Euryale in Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology
（Εὐριάλη), the name of three mythical beings. (Hes. Th. 276;
Pind. P. 22.20; Apollod. 1.4.3; V. Fl. 5.312 ; comp. ORION.) -
- A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology,
William Smith, Ed.
Euryale in Wikipedia
Euryale (Greek: Εὐρυάλη, English translation: "far-roaming"),
in Greek mythology, was one of the Gorgons, three vicious
sisters with brass hands, sharp fangs, and hair of living,
venomous snakes. She, like her sisters, was able to turn any
creature to stone with her gaze. Her sister Stheno was also
immortal, but Medusa, the last of the sisters, was mortal.
They were daughters of Phorcys and Ceto. In many stories,
Euryale is noted for her bellowing cries, particularly in the
tale of Medusa's death at Perseus' hands.
Another Euryale, daughter of King Minos of Crete, was the
mother of Orion, in Hesiod and other sources; there are other
stories of his birth as well. - Wikipedia