Alecto is scornfully dismissed by Juno, who causes war to be formally declared (649-747).
Juno, as in the neid, delegated the work of vengeance to Alecto.
Their names were Alecto, Megra, and Tisiphone, and their origin was variously accounted for.
Their names (see l. 24) were Megaera, Alecto, and Tisiphone.
The squadron of men-of-war and merchantmen now approached, the Gorgon, Fulton, and Alecto leading.
Then Alecto hied her to the place where Ilus was hunting the beasts of the forest.
Juno, as in the Aeneid, delegated the work of vengeance to Alecto.
On sounding the well on board the Alecto, a considerable quantity of water was found in the hold.
Let Alecto, Megaera and Tisiphone shriek and wail ever so loudly, they shall not break it.
He flies to the cave of Alecto, and drags out the fiend, commanding her to excite universal hostility against Napoleon.