Hermes   - in ancient sources @

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  Hermes   - Greek god of commerce; messenger of the gods
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AnthPal_10.12 ere under the juniper by Hermes, the guardian of the road
AnthPal_12.140 fair I said, so help me Hermes I did, that he was not fai
AnthPal_12.143 onymous & { H 14 } & "O Hermes, when shot he extracted
AnthPal_13.2 tratus dedicated to you, Hermes, messenger of Zeus, this
AnthPal_16.11 ere Nicagoras set me up, Hermes, the famous son of Maia,
AnthPal_16.186 2 } & On a Statue of Hermes Swift Hermes is my name,
AnthPal_16.188 H 7 } & On Another I, Hermes, whose domain is Cyllene's
AnthPal_16.191 3 } & On a Statue of Hermes I, a Hermes of our native
AnthPal_16.227 74 } & On a Statue of Hermes Throw yourself down here,
AnthPal_16.256 { F 75 } & On another Hermes The place where I dwell
AnthPal_3.1 to heaven, preceded by Hermes, Satyrs, and Sileni escort
AnthPal_6.23 mous & { F 17 } & Hermes, dwelling in this wave-beaten
AnthPal_6.143 14 } & On a Statue of Hermes Pray that the herald of
AnthPal_6.144 dedicated this statue to Hermes, neither the beautiful-hai
AnthPal_6.282 RUS & { H 1 } & To you, Hermes, did Calliteles suspend
AnthPal_6.294 fatigue, dedicates to Hermes the Lord these tokens of
AnthPal_6.299 5 } & To you, wayside Hermes, I offer this portion of
AnthPal_6.306 tokens of his calling to Hermes : his pot, this flesh-hook
AnthPal_6.315 Bacchus and son of Arcadian Hermes. [316] NICODEMUS OF
AnthPal_7.545 H 5 } & They say that Hermes leads the just from the
AnthPal_9.317 tus. "No, goatherd, I swear by Hermes." & Silenus. "I swea
AnthPal_9.319 ycrites, set me up here, Hermes, presiding deity of the
AntipThes_9.72 & { G-P 95 } & Hermes, O shepherds, is easily contente
Anyte_9.314 17 } & Here stand I, Hermes, in the cross-roads by the
Archias_9.91 & { G-P 26 } & Hail ! Hermes, the Lord, who dwellest
Asclepiad_12.77 his splendour, never, by Hermes I swear it, would Cypris
Athen_2.39 with ambrosia crowned, & Which Hermes bore to all the gods
Athen_4.167 close to the statues of Hermes for Aristagora, higher tha
Athen_5.200 garlands of gold, and Hermes had a golden herald’s wand
Athen_6.259 him to sacrifice to the crafty Hermes. And when, after tha
Athen_7.289 owed him in the dress of Hermes, having on a cloak and bea
Athen_10.425 also represents Hermes as their cupbearer; as also does
Athen_11.496 mas mentions them in his Hermes, speaking thus:- & First
Athen_12.537 appear in the guise of Hermes; at other times, and indee
Athen_12.552 Thesprotians, said- & O Hermes, sent by the gods above,
Athen_13.561 sia, along with those of Hermes and Heracles - the one of
Callim:Epigr_46 & A lover thanks Hermes, god of luck, for his short wait
Crinag_6.100 same name, dedicated to Hermes, still burning in his hand
Crinag_6.253 ou, stone-heap raised in Hermes' honour, & be gracious
Diog_Laert_07.166 Preparer; the Director; Hermes; Medeia; a book of Dialogu
Joseph:AJ_14.245 ytanes, the son of Hermes, a citizen of yours, came to me
Julian:Caes_307 all mine an invention of Hermes - for it was from him I
Julian:Caes_308 of the gods, not even Hermes tried to describe it in
Julian:Caes_311 lent. "What!" said Hermes, "have you nothing to say to us
Julian:Caes_* 315-319 * for I forgot to interrogate Hermes on this point. Howev
Julian:Caes_* 330-336 * ust this enquiry also to Hermes, and he was told to begin
Julian:Mis_354 of yours, a man dear to Hermes and to me, an excellent
LeonTar_6.296 } & Sosippus gives to Hermes, now that he has swum thro
LeonTar_6.309 { G-P 45 } & To Hermes Philocles here hangs up these
LeonTar_6.334 the water ; you square Hermes, & son of Maia, guardian
LeonTar_7.480 infernal powers, Pluto, Hermes and Night, keep clear of
LeonTar_9.316 as you see me, am Hermes, and this other fellow is Heracl
LeonTar_9.318 G-P 80 } & Dear Hermes, whose are this hillside rich
LeonTar_9.335 Miccalion ; but look, Hermes, how the excellent woodman
LeonTar_9.744 tiscs, dedicated here to Hermes, the giver of cheeses and
LeonTar_16.190 81 } & On a Statue of Hermes Morichus the goatherd set
Lucill_11.176 carried off the winged Hermes, the servant of the gods,
Lucill_11.179 ike his hands, Dion, and Hermes no longer, would be distin
MArgent_5.127 & * & Literally, "Hermes is shared." Treasure
Nicarch_11.1 At the feast of Hermes, Aphrodisius, as he was carrying
Nicarch_11.124 ounterfeit sandals, like Hermes, he leads down his patient
OGIS_131 (136/5)   the very great god Hermes] also called Paotpnouphis
OGIS_230 (197-187)   ia, dedicated this to Hermes and Herakles and king
Philip_6.259 you up, the beardless Hermes, by the starting point of
Philip_6.5 already shaky, gives to Hermes these his rods with the
Philip_6.92 with age, dedicates to Hermes the windy bellows of his
Philip_16.193 that is strange. Hermes & has made a new law against
Philip_16.215 the thyrse of Bacchus, Hermes' winged sandals, and Artem
Philoch_22 orm would be: "the Tricephalus Hermes". Philochorus in boo
Philoch_31 [31] & HESYCHIUS & Hermes of the agora: [A statue] was giv
Philoch_40 uda_E'3039 & A statue of Hermes "by the gate", dedicated
Philoch_133 SCHOL.AR.,LYS.1094 & "Hermes-mutilators" - these Hermes
Philoch_134 collaborated with the Hermes-mutilators, who were conde
Phld:Epigr_16.234 are the portion of wing-footed Hermes. Refuse me not a sac
Plut:Mor_834 lls us, the offspring of Hermes himself, for the race of
Plut:Mor_835 ere is an image of Hermes, called from his name, being giv
Plut:Mor_844 dedicated an altar to Hermes Agoraeos, and was to make
Polyaen_01.40.6 defacing the statues of Hermes and of profaning the myste
Polyaen_01.Preface was Autolycus the son of Hermes [ Od_19'394 ]: & Going to
Polyaen_03.9.21 took and dedicated to Hermes of Friendship, as if to
PsCallisth_1.4 of a blood-red jewel, Hermes of emerald, Zeus of a caer
PsCallisth_1.12 now this star of Hermes, Queen, beside the One of Ill
PsCallisth_1.31 Mendidos to the little city of Hermes. But they do not cal
PsCallisth_1.47 oracle Apollo gave: & "Hermes, the great son of Alceus,
PsCallisth_2.13 Ammon in the guise of Hermes with wand and cloak and
PSI_528 tion for the festival of Hermes and of the Muses, for ever
SEG_23.547 (201/0)   (?) Aphrodite and] Hermes Hēgemōn [and (?
SelPap_1.35 of Antinous also called Hermes, of Antinoopolis, ac
SelPap_1.79 I, Plution son of Hermes, have written for them, as
SelPap_1.84 my seal being an imprint of a Hermes, and I sealed
SelPap_2.343 Herieus son of Zoilus, Hermes son of Apunchis ; and
SelPap_2.357 the east the house of Hermes the pastophorus and pa
SelPap_2.395 ceivers of clothing, and Hermes, ex-agoranomus, to Her
Syll_546 (214/3)   ona to the shrine of Hermes on the Eurynia; from
THI_150 (163-146)   ] fort to the white Hermes [opposite Stenitas], sha
THI_49 (153/2)   es that were held for Hermes and Herakles on behal

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