Hermes

By: Nathan Hooper and Cameron Smith

Works Cited

Bulfinch, Thomas, and Bryan Holme. Bulfinch's Mythology: The Greek and Roman Fables Illustrated. New York: Viking, 1979. Print.

"Hermes." Hermes. Web. 28 Jan. 2016.

"Hermes • Facts and Information on Greek God Hermes." Greek Gods & Goddesses. Web. 28 Jan. 2016.

"Hermes • Facts and Information on Greek God Hermes." Greek Gods & Goddesses. Web. 28 Jan. 2016.

Traits

Hermes was brisk moving from Mount Olympus to Earth to the Underworld.

Was the most mischievous God and person on the world.

Hermes was able control other non-gods with his special wand.

Job

Hermes was the god of buying and selling.

Hermes was also able to move quickly between the god world and the human world, so he was used as the messengers of the gods.

He is also known as the protector of travelers, thieves, and athletes.

Hermes guided the dead to the Underworld.

FAMILY TREE

Strengths

Hermes strength is being able to deliver messages within the shortest amount of time.

Biggest strength Hermes has is determination, boldness, cleverness, and athleticism.

Weaknesses

Hermes does not have any weaknesses. Unless he is staying still for a long time.

Fun Facts

One of Hermes children Pan was half man and half goat.

Hermes was born in a cave on a mountain in Arcadia. He was conceived and born within the course of the day.

Hermes was said to create the sport Boxing and Wrestling.

Hermes had a magical wand called Caduceus.