I feel that Hermes journey was similar to that of Hades in that he traveled in order to win honor for himself and for his Mother Maia.
And when Plutarch relates the story, he doesn't mention Phidippides. However since Persephone had eaten a pomengrate seed she was sentenced to live two thirds of the year with Demeter and one third of the year with Hades.
Both of these Gods were not receiving the honors that they felt they deserved as Gods. Some scholarly comment has been that Athens became disillusioned with Delphi because it had favored Sparta in the Peloponnesian War, patronizing instead another oracle of Apollo at Delos.
She said she would never set foot on fragrant Olympos and never allow the grain in the earth to sprout forth so when loud thundering, far seeing Zeus heard this he sent Argeiphontes of the golden want to Erebos.
In this case Zeus was forced to recall Persephone from Hades in order to placate Demeter. This is an important point when Socrates is still being accused of being an enemy of the democracy and a partisan of Sparta.
The priests answered his letter, telling him that what they had said was perfectly accurate. However since Persephone had eaten a pomengrate seed she was sentenced to live two thirds of the year with Demeter and one third of the year with Hades. In both cases Zeus the Ruler of all is called upon to rectify the situation and help work out some type of balance of power between the warring Gods.
Callimachus said that Hermes disguised himself as a cyclops to scare the Oceanides and was disobedient to his mother. Heracles captured her and demanded Hippolyta's girdle in exchange for her freedom. They were usually on horseback but sometimes on foot.
Later the young Scythians and the Amazons joined their camps and lived together, each man having for his wife her with whom he had had dealings at first.
There is a rich history of these things, including practices in sophisticated cultures like China and Japan, or, as noted, in Tibet.
I fell that both of these companion journeys were attempts by these Gods to win honors they did not already have. There Demeter agreed to serve as the birth mother of Demephoon. Argicidameaning "Argus-slayer",   recalls his slaying of the hundred-eyed giant Argus Panopteswho was watching over the heifer-nymph Io in the sanctuary of Queen Hera herself in Argos.
Gods travel as a way to gain honor, either new or lost. This made the fortunes of Athens for some time. Honor however is a fungible thing, there can only be so much of it to go around.
What qualities of heroism, redefined, do they possess? The journeys of Apollo and Hermes resulted in a similar arrangement and division of honors. Demeter does find a temporary replacement in Demephoon, but that ends when Meteneira catches her placing Demephoon in the fire and Demeter's secret is revealed.
As it happens, the distance from Marathon to Athens is more like 19 miles 30 km. And they say, O Far Shooter, that from Zeus and his divine voice you learn the honors, the prophet's skills, and all god given relevations.
In the Iliadhe is called "the bringer of good luck", "guide and guardian", and "excellent in all the tricks". Quintus Smyrnaeus  lists the attendant warriors of Penthesilea: Herodotus and Strabo placed them on the banks of the Thermodon and Themiscyra.
Honor however is a fungible thing, there can only be so much of it to go around. But Cyrus didn't kill, torture, or imprison Croesus. And here you are in search of roving cattle?It was one of the rules which, above all others, made Doctor Franklin the most amiable of men in society, "never to contradict anybody." If he was urged to announce an opinion, he did it rather by asking questions, as if for information, or by suggesting doubts.
Cybernetic Plot of Ulysse Annonymous In this midterm essay I will discuss why Gods Journey. I believe that Gods journey for two reasons.
One reason is to seek out honor for themselves.
The other reason is to regain honors they have lost. To demonstrate this I will first discuss the journeys. To demonstrate this I will first discuss the journeys of Hades in the Homeric hymn "To Demeter" comparing it to the journey of Hermes in "To Hermes".
I fell that both of these companion journeys were attempts by these Gods to win honors they did not already have. Next I will look at the companion journeys of Demeter and Apollo. journeys of Hades in the Homeric hymn "To Demeter" comparing it. to the journey of Hermes in "To Hermes".
I fell that both of having Persephone between Hades and Demeter was a result of the. journeys that both of them took. The journeys. demonstrate this I will first discuss the journeys of Hades in the Homeric hymn "To Demeter" comparing it to the journey of Hermes in "To Hermes".
I fell that both of these companion journeys were attempts by stealing Persephone was an 'honor' to Hades, Demeter still felt dishonored.
Trojan War. Helen of Troy, daughter of Zeus and Leda, is the most beautiful woman in the world. She chooses Menelaus, King of Sparta, to be her husband and the other Kings of Greece swear an oath to support their alliance.Download