The Lost Ancients were an early tribe during the time of antiquity, thought to have forsaken the Gods 3,333 years ago. As punishment, according to the ancient myth, Zeus came down from the heavens and locked up every individual of the Lost Ancients in Pandora’s Box. However, in modern times, society believed this was nothing more than a myth people passed on generation to generation and taught in schools. Until, an archeologist named Henry stumbles upon a mysterious box while excavating a cave in the Pindus Mountains. Could this be the Pandora’s Box talked about in the myths?
The Lost Ancients are a collection of 11,111 hand-drawn NFTs, created by the artist Laertes. Each trait is inspired by ancient–as well as contemporary culture and aesthetics. Traditional art techniques meet the web3 art world. A fusion of ancient cultural and contemporary elements created by the artist Laertes. Each unique NFT grants you access to The Council and the IP rights to your Lost Ancient.
Your Lost Ancient will not only serve as a PFP but also your pass to the greater Lost brand ecosystem that will be built around them. The brand will encompass sectors outside of just the Web3 hemisphere.
Thought to have been used by Zeus to entrap the Lost Ancients until the end of time. The ancient Pandora’s Box was stumbled upon by an archeologist in the Pindus Mountains in the year 2022. After carefully cleaning off the surface, the archeologist and his crew are startled from a sudden vibration coming from the box. Suddenly, the gemstone in the center begins glowing intensely. Are the old tales of the Lost Ancients being trapped inside really true?
There will only be 1,111 Pandora’s Boxes in total. The mint will cost 0.00Ξ + associated txn gas fees.
There will be 1,111 Pandora’s Boxes and the mint will cost 0.00E. Any gas fees associated with the transactions will be paid by the purchaser.
*** 51 Pandora’s Boxes will be held from the minting for marketing for a relatively brief period of time. Any leftover, will be airdropped to holders at random.