The Impenetrable MessengerStreaming Video - 2015
Hermes was the youngest of the Gods of Olympus. Right from birth, he was an insolent, thieving, trickster God. While still a baby, he escaped from the cave in which his mother Maia gave birth to him, and stole Apollo's herd. He subsequently invented the first lyre, which he offered him as a sign of reconciliation. Zeus admired the young God Hermes, and entrusted him with several missions: to become a messenger, to become an intercessor between the living and the dead, to promote trade and to encourage the circulation of travellers. But he was also his father's best ally, and helped him carry out numerous attempts at seduction. He was a difficult God to fathom, and one could never be sure he was not trying to trick them. Hermes was well liked on Olympus, but sometimes also aggravated the Gods by making objects disappear or by playing tricks!
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : ARTE France, 
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: eVideo Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (25 min., 47 sec.)) : sound, color. video file
Alternative Title: Impenetrable Messenger