A boy emerging into manhood leaves his petasos and strigil and chlamys to Hermes, the god of games.
Another kind of cradle, in the form of a shoe, is shown containing the infant Hermes, recognizable by his petasos.
He also wore a petasos, part of which is seen behind the shoulders.
One of these (No. 17) wears the petasos, a flapping, broad-brimmed hat used by travellers.
Youthful beardless head wearing a petasos and looking to the right.
No. 53, a figure wearing a petasos, does not appear in the plate of Michaelis.