The harpy in Greek mythology, with a woman’s head and body, long hair, bird wings and bronze claws. Harpieus is a monster in Greek mythology. It is generally believed that harpieus was born of the sea god Thomas and the ocean goddess Electra.
It is said that halpier is the general name of the four daughters of Typhon and echinda: aello, celaeno, okypete and podarge. They were originally the wind elves and the heralds of Hades, who were responsible for sending the souls of the dead to the underworld. Later in the legend, they became greedy harpies, always hungry and tired, everything they came into contact with would become dirty and smelly. It is said that these banshees are only afraid of one thing – the sound of bronze. But they are not afraid of fire.