Bronze statue of the god Mercury, probably Roman, c. 400BC-400AD.
- 400 BCE-400 CE in Roman Empire
Bronze statuette of the winged god Mercury, possibly Roman
Bronze statue of the god Mercury, probably Roman, c. 400BC-400AD. Mercury was the Roman god of trade, profit and commerce. He was the messenger of the gods and was similar to the Greek god Hermes.
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