Hermes was the god of commerce, travelers, thieves, and livestock in ancient Greek mythology. He is also a messenger of the gods and one of the twelve gods of Olympus. Take a look at this Hermes bronze sculpture. Hermes was crouching down and looking into the distance. There are two small wings on the hat he wears, which makes him look very cute.
Hermes, born in a cave in Alcadia, was originally the god of Alcadia. After the unification of Olympus, he became a messenger and a messenger of Zeus. He was also regarded as the patron saint of travelers, doctors, thieves, and merchants. And the god of eloquence. Legend has it that he invented rulers, numbers, and letters. He was clever and cunning and was regarded as the creator of the art of deception. He bequeathed the fraud to his son, and he was also the inventor of the lyre and the patron saint of all Greek competitions. Nowadays, the Hermes bronze sculpture has been very popular with people.