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Hurwit has interpreted her presence there as an "anti-Athena. Meanwhile, Pausanias i. Images of Pandora began to appear on Greek pottery as early as the 5th century BCE, although identification of the scene represented is sometimes ambiguous.
An independent tradition that does not square with any of the Classical literary sources is in the visual repertory of Attic red-figure vase-painters, which sometimes supplements, sometimes ignores, the written testimony; in these representations the upper part of Pandora is visible rising from the earth, "a chthonic goddess like Gaia herself.
In some cases the figure of Pandora emerging from the earth is surrounded by figures carrying hammers in what has been suggested as a scene from a satyr play by Sophocles , Pandora, or The Hammerers , of which only fragments remain.
In a late Pre-Raphaelite painting by John D. But in the actual painting which followed much later, a subordinated Pandora is surrounded by gift-bearing gods and Minerva stands near her, demonstrating the feminine arts proper to her passive role.
The shift is back to the culture of blame whenever she steps outside it. In the individual representations of Pandora that were to follow, her idealisation is as a dangerous type of beauty, generally naked or semi-naked.
She is only differentiated from other paintings or statues of such females by being given the attribute of a jar or, increasingly in the 19th century, a straight-sided box.
As well as the many European paintings of her from this period, there are examples in sculptures by Henri-Joseph Ruxthiel ,  John Gibson ,  Pierre Loison , see above and Chauncy Bradley Ives There is an additional reason why Pandora should appear nude, in that it was a theological commonplace going back to the early Church Fathers that the Classical myth of Pandora made her a type of Eve.
It has been argued that it was as a result of the Hellenisation of Western Asia that the misogyny in Hesiod's account of Pandora began openly to influence both Jewish and then Christian interpretations of scripture.
Bishop Jean Olivier's long Latin poem Pandora drew on the Classical account as well as the Biblical to demonstrate that woman is the means of drawing men to sin.
Originally appearing in and republished thereafter, it was soon followed by two separate French translations in and The equation of the two also occurs in the allegorical painting by Jean Cousin the Elder , Eva Prima Pandora Eve the first Pandora , in which a naked woman reclines in a grotto.
Her right elbow rests on a skull, indicating the bringing of death, and she holds an apple branch in that hand — both attributes of Eve.
Her left arm is wreathed by a snake another reference to the temptation of Eve and that hand rests on an unstopped jar, Pandora's attribute.
Above hangs the sign from which the painting gains its name and beneath it is a closed jar, perhaps the counterpart of the other in Olympus, containing blessings.
In Juan de Horozco's Spanish emblem book , Emblemas morales , a motive is given for Pandora's action. Early dramatic treatments of the story of Pandora are works of musical theatre.
Prometheus moulds a clay statue of Minerva , the goddess of wisdom to whom he is devoted, and gives it life from a stolen sunbeam.
This initiates a debate among the gods whether a creation outside their own work is justified; his devotion is in the end rewarded with permission to marry his statue.
There she encounters the first man, the prior creation of Prometheus, and warmly responds to his embrace. One other musical work with much the same theme was Aumale de Corsenville's one-act verse melodrama Pandore , which had an overture and incidental music by Franz Ignaz Beck.
However, his patron Minerva descends to announce that the gods have gifted Pandora with other qualities and that she will become the future model and mother of humanity.
Over the course of the 19th century, the story of Pandora was interpreted in radically different ways by four dramatic authors in four countries.
In two of these she was presented as the bride of Epimetheus; in the two others she was the wife of Prometheus. The earliest of these works was the lyrical dramatic fragment by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , written between and It is in fact a philosophical transformation of Goethe's passion in old age for a teenaged girl.
It begins with her creation, her refusal by Prometheus and acceptance by Epimetheus. After she eventually gives in to temptation and opens it, she collapses in despair and a storm destroys the garden outside.
When Epimetheus returns, she begs him to kill her but he accepts joint responsibility. She is pictured as sprawled over a carved wooden chest on which are embossed golden designs of the three fates who figure as a chorus in Longfellow's scene 3.
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