His petasus is slung at his back, meaning that the clouds are not yet opened or expanded in the sky.
It is the petasus of Hermes—the mist of morning over the dew.
Of motion is often born inspiration—Hermes, god of oratory, is represented with petasus and talaria—and I am enjoying motion.
On his head he wore a petasus of hyacinthine hue, out of which sprang three peacock's feathers.
And one of them had a petasus and a golden caduceus, and the other had a trumpet.
As messenger of the gods he wears the petasus and Talaria, and bears in his hand the Caduceus or herald's staff.
The pileus was a close-fitting felt cap and the petasus was a felt hat with a round brim.