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Hermes/Mercury | divine herald; guide of the dead; God of herding, trade, thievery,travel, crossroads, diplomacy, writing, intellect, astronomy and calendars

Hermes: Attic Red Figure Shape: Lekythos Attributed to the Tithonus Painter ca 500 - 450 BC Hermes, messenger of the gods, flies on winged boots. He holds his kerykeion or herald's wand in hand, and wears a petasos (traveller's cap) and chlamys (cloak).

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior)  Douris (painter) Greek (active c. 500–460 B.C.) Late Archaic period (500–480 B.C.) c. 480 B.C. Terracotta

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Douris (painter) Greek (active c.) Late Archaic period B.

Work of the vase-painter/potter, Douris, active:500-460BCE. Athens. One of the most prolific vase-painters known, Douris worked as a vase-painter and occasionally as a potter in Athens in the early 400s BCE. He is known from almost forty signed vases, two of which he also potted. Altogether, almost three hundred vases have been attributed to him. Given that scholars estimate a less than 0.5% survival rate for Greek vases, Douris may have decorated about 78,000 vases in his career.

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Douris (painter) Greek (active c.) Late Archaic period B.

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Birth of Erichthonius Athena receives the infant Erichthonius from Gaea (Earth) while Hephaestus looks on from the right. Codrus Painter (c.

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Birth of Erichthonius Athena receives the infant Erichthonius from Gaea (Earth) while Hephaestus looks on from the right. Codrus Painter (c.

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Though the hero Hercules has died, he still continues to live an eventful life in death. Here he carries his club and wears his lion skin, walking in procession with the gods to Olympus.

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