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Item:223736763985*** I do not know the exact age of this piece. It could be as old as 4 B.C. The figurine is covered with layers of deteriorating paint, sand and dirt. Please see photos. This piece is sold AS IS.*** A Boeotian Tanagra Terracotta Hellenistic Figurine. The statue depicts a Greek woman elegantly wrapped in a long himation dress carrying a vase/pitcher atop her shoulder. Tanagra, which lends its name to a mythical nymph, became the main city of Boeotia from the 4th to 3rd BC, following the fall of the nearby Thebes. The Mycenaean necropolis of Tanagra was home to numerous sarcophagi and statuettes depicting patricians, dancers and children The figurine weighs 30.25 ounces. It measures 11.25 inches in height and the base 3.25 inches by 3.38 inches.Condition:The figure appears to be in good condition. Normal wear consistent with age and usage. The figurine has multiple layers of paint, sand and dirt. There is chipping, peeling, and a loss of paint color throughout the surface of the figurine., Material:Clay/Terracotta
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Greek Boeotian Terracotta Tanagra Figurine Woman In Himation W/ Vase On Shoulder