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Pandora's Box

Ancient Greece Dated: -600 - -500
It was just a simple box. What was in it? Could it be gold, or silver, even precious stones? Surely just taking a very quick look inside couldn't do any harm - could it?

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Name: Geri 15th April 2014
I have a pandoras box from 1940 it is a round gold compact for lipstick powder money it is in a black velvet bag inside a gold box[original] that belonged to my mother do you know anything about it?
Name: Cuculuccu 7th April 2014
i love this story , well lets say old myth ?
Name: GreekMythLover 25th March 2014
Prometheus was a Titan, not a mortal. Otherwise it is a good story. And Hephaestus is spelt wrong.
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