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Hermes god of travelers and merchants

He is also associated with the invention of the alphabet and language, further emphasizing his role as a mediator between gods and mortals.


An imaginative figure of god Hermes as the god of traveling, merchants and messenger of the world

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In Greek mythology, Hermes is the son of Zeus, the king of the gods, and Maia, one of the Pleiades. He is often depicted as a youthful and mischievous deity, known for his cunning intellect, agility, and versatility. Hermes serves as the messenger of the gods, tasked with delivering divine messages between the gods and mortals. He is also the patron deity of travelers, merchants, thieves, and athletes. Hermes is credited with inventing the lyre, a musical instrument made from a tortoise shell, and is considered the god of music and poetry. He is also associated with the invention of the alphabet and language, further emphasizing his role as a mediator between gods and mortals. One of Hermes' most famous exploits is his role as the guide of souls to the underworld. He escorts the newly deceased to the realm of Hades, ensuring safe passage to the afterlife. Hermes is also known for his quick wit and cleverness, often outsmarting other gods and mortals alike in various myths and legends. In his left hand, Hermes holds aloft the caduceus, a staff entwined with two serpents and often depicted with wings at its apex. The caduceus symbolizes Hermes' role as the herald of the gods, as well as his association with healing and commerce. The serpents winding around the staff represent wisdom, transformation, and the balance between opposing forces. Beneath his sandaled feet lies a small globe, representing the earth in its entirety. This symbolizes Hermes' dominion over travel and communication across the vast expanse of the world. His sandals themselves are adorned with wings, highlighting his unmatched speed and ability to traverse great distances with ease. Overall, Hermes embodies the ideals of communication, cunning, and swiftness, making him one of the most beloved and versatile figures in Greek mythology.

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MATERIAL: polyresin


METHOD: molded


PATINA: cold cast bronze


Secure molded styrofoam packaging