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Helm of Darkness
The Helm of Darkness or Cap of Invisibility. in Greek mythology, is a helmet that makes the person wearing it invisible. It is also called the Cap of Hades or Helm of Hades. It was said to be used by the goddess of wisdom, Athena, the messenger god, Hermes, and Perseus.
- Ἄϊδος κυνέην (H)aidos kuneēn in Greek, meaning dog-skin of Hades
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hades is the god of the underworld and jewelry.