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When he stole Fire from Mt. Olympus and gave it to mortal man, Zeus punished the technologically advanced society by creating a woman.
Thus, Pandora was created and given the jar mistranslated as 'box' which releases all evils upon man. Archaic and Classic Greek literature seem to make little further mention of Pandora, but mythographers later filled in minor details or added postscripts to Hesiod's account.
For example, the Bibliotheca and Hyginus each make explicit what might be latent in the Hesiodic text: Epimetheus married Pandora.
They each add that the couple had a daughter, Pyrrha , who married Deucalion and survived the deluge with him.
However, the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women , fragment 5 , had made a "Pandora" one of the daughters of Deucalion, and the mother of Graecus by Zeus.
In the 15th-century AD an attempt was made to conjoin pagan and scriptural narrative by the monk Annio da Viterbo , who claimed to have found an account by the ancient Chaldean historian Berossus in which "Pandora" was named as a daughter-in-law of Noah in the alternative Flood narrative.
The mistranslation of pithos , a large storage jar, as "box"  is usually attributed to the sixteenth century humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam when he translated Hesiod's tale of Pandora into Latin.
Hesiod's pithos refers to a large storage jar, often half-buried in the ground, used for wine, oil or grain. Historic interpretations of the Pandora figure are rich enough to have offered Dora and Erwin Panofsky scope for monographic treatment.
West writes that the story of Pandora and her jar is from a pre-Hesiodic myth, and that this explains the confusion and problems with Hesiod's version and its inconclusiveness.
He also writes that it may have been that Epimetheus and Pandora and their roles were transposed in the pre-Hesiodic myths, a "mythic inversion".
He remarks that there is a curious correlation between Pandora being made out of earth in Hesiod's story, to what is in the Bibliotheca that Prometheus created man from water and earth.
The meaning of Pandora's name, according to the myth provided in Works and Days , is "all-gifted". However, according to others Pandora more properly means "all-giving".
An alternative name for Pandora attested on a white-ground kylix ca. Written above this figure a convention in Greek vase painting is the name Anesidora.
More commonly, however, the epithet anesidora is applied to Gaea or Demeter. In view of such evidence, William E.
Phipps has pointed out, "Classics scholars suggest that Hesiod reversed the meaning of the name of an earth goddess called Pandora all-giving or Anesidora one-who-sends-up-gifts.
Vase paintings and literary texts give evidence of Pandora as a mother earth figure who was worshipped by some Greeks.
The main English commentary on Works and Days states that Hesiod shows no awareness [of this]. Jane Ellen Harrison  also turned to the repertory of vase-painters to shed light on aspects of myth that were left unaddressed or disguised in literature.
On a fifth-century amphora in the Ashmolean Museum her fig. A winged ker with a fillet hovers overhead: "Pandora rises from the earth; she is the Earth, giver of all gifts," Harrison observes.
Over time this "all-giving" goddess somehow devolved into an "all-gifted" mortal woman. Smith,  however, noted that in Hesiod's account Athena and the Seasons brought wreaths of grass and spring flowers to Pandora, indicating that Hesiod was conscious of Pandora's original "all-giving" function.
For Harrison, therefore, Hesiod's story provides "evidence of a shift from matriarchy to patriarchy in Greek culture. As the life-bringing goddess Pandora is eclipsed, the death-bringing human Pandora arises.
She is no longer Earth-Born, but the creature, the handiwork of Olympian Zeus. Robert Graves , quoting Harrison,  asserts of the Hesiodic episode that "Pandora is not a genuine myth, but an anti-feminist fable, probably of his own invention.
Rose wrote that the myth of Pandora is decidedly more illiberal than that of epic in that it makes Pandora the origin of all of Man's woes with her being the exemplification of the bad wife.
The Hesiodic myth did not, however, completely obliterate the memory of the all-giving goddess Pandora. A scholium to line of Aristophanes ' The Birds mentions a cult "to Pandora, the earth, because she bestows all things necessary for life".
Two characters attempt to blackmail her, since she is still wanted by the German police: Rodrigo the acrobat and Casti-Piani, a white slave-trader who offers to set her up in a brothel in Cairo.
The sinister Schigolch, who was Lulu's first patron and may be her father, reappears, and by offering to lure Rodrigo and Geschwitz to his lodgings, promises to "take care of" the threatening Rodrigo.
As the police arrive to arrest her, Lulu swaps clothes with a groom and escapes. The Jungfrau share price has meanwhile collapsed, leaving her penniless.
Act Three London. Lulu is now living in a garret with Alwa and Schigolch and working as a prostitute. Geschwitz arrives with the rolled-up portrait of Lulu as an innocent Pierrot which has accompanied Lulu throughout the action of this play and its predecessor.
Lulu's first client is the pious mute Mr Hopkins. Alwa is killed by her next visitor, the African prince Kungu Poti.
Another client, the bashful Dr Hilti, flees in horror and Geschwitz tries unsuccessfully to hang herself.