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Origin of terra cotta
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Definition for terra cotta (2 of 2)
Origin of terra-cotta
Example sentences from the Web for terra cotta
In some of the walls the remains may be seen of terra-cotta pipes for heating the rooms.Old Rome|Robert Burn
It is of clay or terra-cotta, saucer-shaped, with or without a handle, and with a spout.At the Court of the Amr|John Alfred Gray
Terra-cotta vases, which later on would be a blaze of geraniums, Wemyss explained, stood at intervals on each side of the path.Vera|Elisabeth von Arnim
While he was a boy, says Vasari, Lionardo modelled in terra-cotta certain heads of women smiling.Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3|John Addington Symonds
The floors are laid on terra-cotta arches, built on iron beams, and the beams are protected by terra-cotta casings.