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- the scaenae frons is the elaborately decorated permanent architectural background of a roman theatre stage. normally there are three entrances to the
- differences depending on the region in which they were constructed. the scaenae frons was a high back wall of the stage floor, supported by columns. the
- referred to the theatre's scaenae frons as a proscenium, and have even suggested that the central archway in the middle of the scaenae frons was the inspiration
- the oldest surviving stage set still in existence. the full roman-style scaenae frons back screen across the stage is made from wood and stucco imitating
- in roman theatre, a siparium was a tapestry stretched on the scaenae frons, the back wall of the stage. human figures were presented on the siparium.
- (painted panels serving as the background) were connected. in roman theatres, scaenae frons ('facade of the skene') is the term for the elaborately decorated
- also has a podium, which supports the columns of the scaenae frons. the stage building – the scaenae frons – is south of the orchestra. it has three floors
- (possibly during the reign of emperor trajan), when the current facade of the scaenae frons was erected, and another in the time of constantine i (between 330