看到這個我真的傻眼了, 這是繼上次我買到希臘'愛的體位'撲克牌後, 另一個驚奇
從天神宙斯開始就是亂源, 不僅跟很多神'過往甚密', 在羅馬個十二個主要神中,
Centaurs hitting the hero Kaeneus with trunks of trees, bronze sheet 630 BC.
Kaeneus was the son of Elatus and Hippia from the Lapith family of Thessaly.
The myth tell us that Kaeneus was born a girl, with the name Kaenis, but her
lover, Poseidon, made her a man, at her own request and immortal. Kaeneus
could be exterminated only, if nailed to the ground. The hero took part in the
Argonautic expedition and also in the Kalydonian boar hunt. He was killed by
the Centaurs, as the picture shows, who nailed his feet to the ground and
crushed him to death, with trunks of trees. After his death, he was
transformed into a bird.
Hermes by Praxiteles in Olympia Museum is circa 340 to 330 BC and was found during excavation of Temple of Hera in 1877.