What is Pandora?
The word "Pandora" comes from the ancient Greek language and literally means "endowed with everything." According to the mythology of ancient Greece, Pandora was the name of the first woman on earth, created by the god of fire Hephaestus by order of Zeus. She was created as a punishment to people for the fact that Prometheus stole fire for them.
The creation of Pandora was attended by many gods of Olympus, and each in its own way presented it. Aphrodite gave Pandora unearthly beauty, Zeus - curiosity, Hermes - cunning and Athena - the soul.
Pandora became the wife of one of the ancient kings, in whose house was a chest, received last from Zeus himself. The opening of this box promised terrible misfortune to humanity. But Pandora, not keeping her curiosity, opened the box, and all the troubles flew out of it and scattered across the ground. Only one hope remained at the bottom of the box. Hence the expression "Pandora's Box", which means "many misfortunes."
What is pandora in the modern world? In the 17th century, Pandoras called special mannequin dolls designed to advertise ready-made clothes. Pandora is called by astronomers one of the asteroids, as well as the satellite of Saturn.In modern culture there is a huge number of novels and films, in which the word "pandora" appears in one way or another as a name for the planet or as a container for various disasters.