She cheated on her husband Hephaestus with Ares, Hermes, and Dionysus.
But Hermes also delivers on his stated objective, to carry out a broad-stroke chronology of "music made new" in '70s New York.
But Hermes also recalls the resistance to change; the lost battles.
The New York Dolls, as characterized by Hermes, were not a satellite New York phenomenon, but a precursor to the punk movement.
Hermes helped us for her scarves, as well as Kelly handbag archives.
Representations of Hermes Trismegistus are found on ancient Egyptian monuments.
And, as the son of Hermes, he is speech or the brother of speech, and that brother should be like brother is no marvel.
But the physical meaning still remains—Athena unhelmeted, as the gentle morning wind, commanding the cloud Hermes to slow flight.
"You have spoilt all my sport," said the boy Hermes, angry and weeping.
Jim was clean built, statuesque—a Jason rather than a Hermes.
Olympian messenger and god of commerce, son of Zeus and Maia, identified by the Romans with their Mercury, from Greek Hermes, of unknown origin.
Note: The caduceus, the wand of Hermes, is the traditional symbol of physicians. It has wings at the top and serpents twined about the staff.
Mercury, a Roman Christian (Rom. 16:14).