Learn English – Is the etymology of the word “pandaemonium” in any way related to that of the thethological figure Pandora

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Do pandemonium and Pandora (she of the box) come from the same etymological source?

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1570s, first mortal woman, made by Hephaestus and given as a bride to Epimetheus, from Gk. pandora "all-gifted," from pan "all" + doron "gift," from PIE base *do- "to give."

so the two words aren't probably related except for the fact that both words use the Greek word πᾶν (pan, "all")