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Aelii Donati) sunt disiecta membra, quae numquam ad unum idemque corpus pertinuerunt, neque Eugraphii adnotationes unurn tractatum continent, sed efficiunt tot corpuscula, quot causae per singulas fabularum scaenas ab auctore rhetorice tractatae sunt".
The Romans developed the skene into the scaena, the masonry backdrop which permanently separated audience and action from the landscape.
veteribus displicuisse Romanis vel laudari quemquam in scaena vivum hominem vel vituperari.
Scaena leuis decet hanc: non est, mihi credite, non est Illa cothurnatas inter habenda deas.
Kennedy's essay was the keynote address at 'Scaena: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries in Performance, an International Conference held at St John's College, Cambridge, in August 1997.
The technical terms ('largior scaena', 'vestis humanior', 'instrumentum lautius', 117.2) taken from the stage(5) should not be seen as evidence to support the theory of an actual representation on stage of what has happened at Croton.
(grex agit in scaena mimum: pater ille vocatur, / filius hic, nomen divitis ille tenet.
scaenam sceleris illuminavit at 8,8,9 (63)), which incites Charite's plan to trap Thrasyllus (placuit Thrasyllo scaena feralium nuptiarum ...
hos [i.e., the architects] ergo aut horum similes est credere dignum Belgarum in terris scaenas posuisse domorum, molitos celsas, fluvii decoramina, villas.