Tanagra

Tanagra (Greek: Τανάγρα) 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 mass-produced, mold-cast and fired type of Greek terracotta figurines produced from the later fourth century BCE, primarily in Tanagra.

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First Peloponnesian War - Athenian Successes - Tanagra
... With a strong Spartan army in Boeotia and the threat of treason in the air, the Athenians marched out with as many troops, both Athenian and allied, as they could muster to challenge the Peloponnesians ... The two armies met at the Battle of Tanagra ...
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... He was also the founder of Tanagra, which he named after the naiad Tanagra, his wife and the daughter of either Aeolus or Asopus ... had to leave Boeotia, which was not easy for him, since the land of Tanagra had been invaded by the Achaeans moreover, his mother Stratonice was carried off by Achilles, who also ...
Battle Of Oenophyta
... the Battle of Oenophyta, the Athenians were defeated at the Battle of Tanagra by Sparta, but Sparta had lost so many men that they could not take advantage of ... The Athenians, who had 14,000 men at Tanagra, regrouped after that battle and marched into Boeotia ... Boeotians, and then destroyed the walls of Tanagra and ravaged Locrida and Phocis ...
Bacchius Of Tanagra
... Bacchius of Tanagra, (or Baccheius, Greek Βακχεῖος), (3rd century BC), was one of the earliest commentators on the writings of Hippocrates and was a native of Tanagra in Boeotia ...