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Definition funny of Tanagra:

urbanAncient Greek city in Boiotia, famous for its lame figurines, aggressive insects, deafening nearby military airport and rampant archaeologists on very serious survey business.

urbanAs in "Vamos a Tanagra..." and "Pass me the Pilki, sucker"

urbanwhen walls fell (more like a dude of star trek talkin galaxy ryhming)

urbanwell when walls are falling down you silly bas

songs

Songs about Tanagra:

songsBrigand [Lettres A Tanagra] by -M- from the Album Mister Mystère

songsCrise [Lettres A Tanagra] by -M- from the Album Mister Mystère

songsJe Les Adore [Lettres A Tanagra] by -M- from the Album Mister Mystère

songsLettre A Tanagra by -M- from the Album Les Saisons De Passage

songsLettre A Tanagra [Lettres A Tanagra] by -M- from the Album Mister Mystère

songsTanagra by -M- from the Album Mister Mystère

songsTanagra by -M- from the Album Les Saisons De Passage

books

Books about Tanagra:

booksTanagras. Figurines for Life and Eternity: The Musee du Louvre's Collection of Greek Figurines by Violaine Jeammet (Sep 30, 2010)

booksTanagra and the Figurines by Reynold Alleyne Higgins (Jan 1987)

books"tanagras ; de l'objet de collection à l'objet archéologique" by Juliette Becq

booksTanagra: Mythe et archéologie (Jan 1, 2003)

booksTanagra: An Idyl of Greece [1893 ] by Gottfried Kinkel (Sep 22, 2009)

booksTanagra (Practica mortal) (Spanish Edition) by Alfonso D'aquino (Jan 5, 1996)

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wiki

Wiki information Tanagra:

Tanagra
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region, Administrative Division

Tanagra is a town and a municipality north of Athens in Boeotia, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the town Schimatari. It is not far from Thebes, and it was noted in antiquity for the figurines named after it. The Tanagra figurines were a...

Tanagra figurine
Sculpture, Artwork

The Tanagra figurines were a mold-cast type of Greek terracotta figurines produced from the later fourth century BCE, primarily in the Boeotian town of Tanagra. They were coated with a liquid white slip before firing and were sometimes painted...