The Greek god Hermes is regarded as one of the 'sneakier' Greek gods. As the emissary (or messenger) of the gods, he moved freely between the world of the gods and the world of the mortals.
He was patron to: oratory and whit (hence the sneaky character), poetry and literature, athletics and sports and last but not least, invention and trade.
Ainos, THRACE, AR Tetradrachm Struck circa 455-452 BC. Head of Hermes right, wearing close-fitting helmet (petasos) ornamented with a row of beads / legend AIN-I, goat standing right.