Messenger of the gods
Greek God of Trade, Eloquence and Messenger of the Gods
Appearance of Hermes
Hermes was a young man, wearing traveling clothes, a flat hat known as "petasus" and winged sandals on his feet. Oftentimes he was also considered to have wings attached to his shoulders and hat.
Hermes usually held a winged staff with snakes wrapped around it in his hands in order to gain access everywhere. This staff helped Hermes to charm the gods or to wake up those who were tamed by the god of sleep.
Hermes is most often presented as a graceful youth, wearing a winged hat and winged sandals
Portrayed as the author of skilled or deceptive acts, and also as a benefactor of mortals
Was considered a “trickster” due to his cunning and clever personality
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Symbols of Hermes
The caduceus (his staff), the purse (or leather pouch), the winged sandals, the ram and the petasus (his hat).