velarium

A vast cloth awning, which could be dragged and stretched over an open-air theatre or amphitheatre using a system of ropes and pulleys. It was designed to shield the spectators from the sun.

Velarium

(Latin) an awning found in a theater.
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Velarium

Ve·la'ri·um noun ; plural Velaria . [ Latin , a covering.] (Zoology) The marginal membrane of certain medusæ belonging to the Discophora.
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Velarium

• (n.) The marginal membrane of certain medusae belonging to the Discophora.
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velarium

velarium In ancient Rome, a large awning (covering) used in amphitheaters to shade the audience.
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velarium

awning over an auditorium
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