According to Greek mythology, Pandora was the first woman on earth. Zeus had ordered Hephaestus to create her from mud and give her dazzling beauty. Then, according to Hesiod, Gods contributed with a little something to form her personality that according to Zeus should be gifted but mischievous. So, Athena taught her sewing and weaving, Aphrodite gave her patience and taught her the art of seduction, and Hermes put in her mind a wicked nature and an inconsistent character. Zeus named her Pandora that means “all gifts” in Greek, and send her to the mortals and immortals that lived together in harmony in earth, in order to take vengeance for their acquaintance with fire by Titan Prometheus. He gave her a box full of illnesses, plagues and misfortunes and forbade her ever to open it. Pandora, a real woman, could not resist her curiosity. She opened the box and all these sorrows flew out and inundated the world. Frightened she managed to shut the lid, fast. Hope could not make it out, so till today is mankind’s only consolation.