skene

1
[ skee-nee ]
/ ˈski ni /

noun, plural ske·nai [skee-nahy] /ˈski naɪ/.

(in the ancient Greek theater) a structure facing the audience and forming the background before which performances were given.

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Origin of skene

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< Greek skēnḗ; see scene

Definition for skene (2 of 2)

skene2
[ skeen ]
/ skin /

noun

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