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As messenger of the gods he wears the Petasus and Talaria, and bears in his hand the Caduceus or herald's staff.
He was presented by the King of Heaven with a winged cap, called petasus, and with wings for his feet, called talaria.
Of motion is often born inspiration—Hermes, god of oratory, is represented with petasus and talaria—and I am enjoying motion.
ROMANTIC SPAINJOHN AUGUSTUS O'SHEA
Talaria, wings attached to the ankles or sandals of Mercury as the messenger of the gods.
THE NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIAEDITED BY REV. JAMES WOOD
I take numeris as a dative; no close parallel presents itself, but compare Aen IV 239-40 'pedibus talaria nectit / aurea'.
His helmet was called Pet´asus, and his winged sandals Talaria.
THE STUDENT'S MYTHOLOGYCATHERINE ANN WHITE
But the longer we plod on this earth, the deeper we stick into it; as must be when the foot grows heavy, having no talaria.
PERLYCROSSR. D. BLACKMORE

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