The inclusion of phallic imagery associated with Hermes and placed, in the form of , at the entrances to households may reflect a belief in ancient times that Hermes was a symbol of the household's fertility, specifically the potency of the male head of the household in producing children.
, Iphigenia in Aulis.
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The role was held by Gaultier and Margiela before Lemaire.
In the , Hermes helps his great-grand son, the protagonist , by informing him about the fate of his companions, who were turned into animals by the power of.
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