Hermes, Messenger of the Gods and Greek God of Commerce
Bust of Hermes, Bust measures 13 inches tall and 8 inches across the shoulders. Made of chalk about 1950. His plaque reads ERMES. he is best known as the messenger of the Gods. Hermes was tasked with carrying the dead to the underworld as well. he is God of commerce and one of the helpful Gods of the Greek pantheon. Hermes is called Psychopompos (Herdsman of the dead or guider of souls), messenger, patron of travelers and athletics, bringer of sleep and dreams, thief, trickster. Hermes is a god of commerce and music. Hermes is the father of Pan and Autolycus.