Cādūceus

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The caduceus; Latin: cādūceus, from Greek: κηρύκειον kērū́keion "herald's wand" is the staff carried by Hermes in Greek mythology.

Legend states that Hermes discovered two snakes fighting and thrust his rod between them. The snakes stopped fighting and wound themselves around the rod. Thus, this combination became a symbol of unity … (read more)

The caduceus; Latin: cādūceus, from Greek: κηρύκειον kērū́keion "herald's wand" is the staff carried by Hermes in Greek mythology.

Legend states that Hermes discovered two snakes fighting and thrust his rod between them. The snakes stopped fighting and wound themselves around the rod. Thus, this combination became a symbol of unity and the cessation of discord.


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Artsarity
2022/08/11

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VforV Art
2022/08/11

Bellissima Foto!!!

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Patric Ortmann
2022/08/11

Lovely!

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Cinthia Ponce
2022/08/10

wonderful!!!!

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What a peachy shot! Symmetry!

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36pm
2022/08/09

can't take my eyes off this, great shot

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TJ
2022/08/09

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jeang
2022/08/09

Your are very creative with your body.

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PsyBot
2022/07/28

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