Greek Mythology/Gods/Hermes

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Hermes was the god of merchants and traveling, and he was often depicted with a helmet and sandals with wings, and carrying a caduceus. Sly but well-intentioned, he was also the messenger of the gods, and he would often be entrusted with delivering messages to mortals on their behalf. The Roman equivalent is Mercury.