In Greek mythology Pandora is to blame for all the world's woes because she opened Pandora's box and released evil into the world.
Another blundering female.
But Pandora’s name means "All-Giver" or Universal Giver and originally she held a jar not a box, from which she poured out blessings like a cornucopia.
An ancient historian warped her story to come up with a Greek blame-it all-on-a-woman creation of evil myth.
Erasmus accidentally mistranslated pithos to pyxis in the Middle Ages, so we call it Pandora's box when really it was a jar, as pictured here. I put Magdalene with her on this slide because that figurine is so similar to the Pandora, both holding jars.