Isaac Kremer/ September 9, 2018/ / 0 comments

On the ancient Roman stage, a curtain which portrayed a scene; it was lowered at the beginning of the play and raised when the play was over. 2. A hanging used in a temple to veil the statue of a divinity. 3. A hanging in a house, used as a tapestry, curtains, or (when hung from the ceiling) as a canopy. 4. A hanging on the outside of a house to close an open gallery. 5. A hanging stretched over colonnades to form a tent.

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