Hermes (11 Subjects)
Hermes of Praxiteles, ancient Olympia.
Scarabean Gem, in the Author's Possession. Hermes and Charon leading a woman to Hades.
Slab from the eastern frieze of the Parthenon. The “agora of the Gods”: Hermes, Dionysus, Demeter and Ares.
Hermes (west pediment of the Parthenon).
Hermes statue from Palaiopolis, Andros island (Archeological Museum of Andros.)
1. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Apollo and Demeter, at the necropolis of Furkia. 2. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Hermes and Pheme, at the necropolis of Furkia. 3. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Ceres and Athena, at the necropolis of Furkia.4. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing a priest, at the necropolis of Furkia. 5. Reconstructive drawing of building at Al Bara, near Aleppo. 6. Relief found at the entrance of the library of the Levant Company (or East Company) at Aleppo, Syria.
1. Ancient Greek coin. Obv. Hermes. 2. Ancient coin of Kea.
Dedication to Philip Earl of Chesterfield. Composition of mythological figures (Hermes, Athens, etc.)
Statue of Hermes. Statue of Asclepius.
Statue of Hercules of Farnese, by Glycon , probably based on the original by Lysippos, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples. Statue of Hermes, Vatican Museums.
Statue of Hermes by Praxiteles, Archaeological Musem of ancient Olympia.