noun, plural pet·a·sus·es.
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Origin of petasus
Example sentences from the Web for petasus
Another kind of cradle, in the form of a shoe, is shown containing the infant Hermes, recognizable by his petasos.
On journeys women wore a light broad-brimmed petasos as a protection from the sun.
A boy emerging into manhood leaves his petasos and strigil and chlamys to Hermes, the god of games.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
He also wore a petasos, part of which is seen behind the shoulders.
No. 53, a figure wearing a petasos, does not appear in the plate of Michaelis.