Originally, Pandia may have been an epithet of Selene, but by at least the time of the late Homeric Hymn, Pandia had become a daughter of Zeus and Selene.
The original of Greek mythology is Selene's aunt, the Titaness mother of and , and grandmother of Apollo, Artemis, and Hecate.
Pandia or Pandia Selene may have personified the full moon, and an Athenian festival, called the , usually considered to be a festival for , was perhaps celebrated on the full moon and may have been associated with Selene.
A scholiast on Apollonius says that, according to , Endymion, having fallen in love with Hera, asked Zeus to grant him eternal sleep.
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Scholia on Virgil add the story, ascribed to , that as part of the seduction, Pan wrapped himself in a sheepskin.