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Hermes By:Dominc Cook

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Hermes Hermes Magical Wand Hermes Winged Boots Hermes the God of... No Permission Needed Have you ever noticed that
Hermes carries around a magic wand? It is called a Caduceus. Also, if you look closely, you can see two snakes and eagle's wings. If you look closely at Hermes boots, you can see that his boots aren't normal; they actually have wings on them. By:
Dominic Cook Messengers,
Thieves,
Shepherds,
Travelers,
and Merchants. Hermes can travel to the
underworld, heaven, and earth
without Zeus's permission. What Hermes
Invented... He invented the lyre, the pipes, the musical scale, astronomy, weights, measurement, boxing, gymnastics, and olive tree
care. Greek people were sacrificed before traveling. What Greeks did Before
Traveling A Hermes Story... Hermes, merriest of the Olympians, was the god of shepherds, travelers, merchants, thieves, and all others who lived by their wits. His mother Maia, a Titan's daughter, lived in a tunnel on comfy Mount Cyllene, a tunnel so deep that Hera never knew that Maia was one of Zeus's wives. Maia had therefore given birth to her son Hermes in peace. Hermes was very valuable, even for a god... A Hermes Story... His mother had hardly wrapped him and put him into a holder when he began to think of mischief. As soon as she had fallen asleep, he got out of his wrappings and quietly walked out of the cave... A Hermes Story... At the dark of night, Hermes paid a visit to fifty of Apollo's prize cattle and stole them. Apollo didn't even notice, but Apollo liked music more than his cattle. To make sure Apollo didn't find his cattle, Hermes tied a broom to each of there tails so they cover there own tracks. Hermes also left a musical instrument he made called a lyre. Hermes Roman Name Hermes roman name is "Mercury." My Resources D'Aaulaires, Ingri and Edgar Parin. Book of Greek Myths. New York, New York. Doubleday Publishing. 1962.
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