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Mercury Fountain

Messenger of the gods and god of trade, merchants, and travel, in Roman (Mercurius) and Greek (Ἑρμῆς - Hermes) mythology
(Wikipedia: Mercury - Hermes)
(Wikipedia)
Herbert Volwahsen
1963

Bielefeld /  Merkurbrunnen   Bielefeld /  Merkurbrunnen

Description

Scultoure of a flying Mercure in a fountain.

Mercurius' attributes

Mercurius/Hermes is usually depicted as a young man wearing winged shoes (talaria) and a winged hat (petasos), and carrying the caduceus, a herald's staff with two entwined snakes that was Apollo's gift to Hermes

Sculptor

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Location (N 52°1'9" - E 8°31'46")

Item Code: denw020; Photograph: 12 August 2008
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