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Reliefs : Ancient Reliefs - Hermes Small Head

"750-166 BCE Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Periods"

"Hermes is the son of Zeus and Maia. He was raised by the Nymph Cyllene in Arcadia. He grew quickly and as soon as he could, he sneaked out for adventure. Hermes, was later accepted as one of the Olympian Gods. Zeus was amused by Hermes audacity and humour, but was concerned about his thievery, thus made Hermes responsible for treaties, commerce and free travel. Hermes became a herald for Olympus and was given winged sandals, a circular winged hat, and caduceus. Later Hermes gained the ability to tell the future, and served as psycho pomp or conductor of souls from earth to underworld. He is also the God of Travel, and has impunity to enter the land of the dead. He is also God of Thieves, Tricksters, Shepherds and Travelers."

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