Tanagra figurine

[ tan-uh-gruh-fig-yuh-reen, ‐reen, tuh-nag-ruh ]
/ ˈtæn ə grə ˌfɪg yəˌrin, ‐ˈrin, təˈnæg rə /

noun

a small terra-cotta statuette produced from the late 4th to the 3rd century b.c. in Tanagra, Boeotia, and found chiefly in tombs.

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Often Tan·a·gra fig·ure .

Origin of Tanagra figurine

First recorded in 1890–95

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