Herm - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a type of statue, originally representing Hermes
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+ Hermae , Herms
ious. The ordinary Hermae were columns without legs and
Artemises, and Pans, and Hermae, and numbers of statues
Aristagora, higher than the Hermae themselves. And when
the same night all the Hermes-pillars ** in the city of
s-mutilators defaced the Herms, when they were about to
to dedicate the stone Herms, on the first of which is
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