Son of Maia and Zeus, the Greek God of Commerce, is Hermes. Cunning, quick and active he was the messenger of the Olympian Gods.

He was able to move in between the mortal and the immortal worlds, acting as a link between the Olympians and their believers. Hermes was further known as the protector of travelers, thieves and athletes.

He occasionally tricked the other gods for his amusement or to protect humans. With the ability to move freely between worlds, he also served as the guide of the souls of the dead to the underworld and the afterlife.


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▶︎ Apollo
▶︎ Artemis
▶︎ Hermes
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▶︎ Hades
▶︎ Demeter
▶︎ Hestia


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