Eccyclema, Greek Ekkyklēma, also called Exostra, in classical Greek theatre, stage mechanism consisting of a low platform that rolled on wheels or revolved on an axis and could be pushed onstage to reveal an interior or some offstage scene such as a tableau. After violence was no.
An ekkyklêma was a wheeled platform rolled out through a skênê in ancient Greek theatre. It was used to bring interior scenes out into the sight of the audience.
a machine used to display an interior scene (as dead bodies after a murder) in the classic theater. Greek ekkyklēma, from ekkyklein to wheel out, from ek out of, out + kyklein to wheel, revolve, from kyklos wheel. What did you just call me?!.
Ancient Greek theater has helped shape the art form as we know it today, both in The ekkyklema, (sometimes spelled eccyclema) were large platforms.
eccyclema: A wheeled device used in ancient Greek plays, that could be rolled A machine in the Greek theater which in some way disclosed an interior to the.
ˌeksəˈklēmə noun (s) Etymology: Greek ekkyklēma, from ekkyklein to wheel out, from eccyclema — ▫ Greek theatre Greek Ekkyklēma, also called Exostra.
eccyclema (plural eccyclemas or eccyclemata). A wheeled device, used in ancient Greek plays, that could be rolled out to allow a tableau to be viewed.
The result is that when people speak of Greek theatre today, they are almost The eccyclema was a movable platform capable of being rolled or rotated.