cothurnus definition

  • noun:
    • A buskin donned by actors of traditional tragedy.
    • The ancient form of traditional tragedy.
    • A buskin utilized in old tragedy
    • The stilted design denoting ancient tragedy
    • Same as cothurn.
    • The buskin associated with Greeks and Romans.
    • A buskin donned by actors of classical tragedy.
    • The old design of traditional tragedy.
    • A buskin used in ancient tragedy
    • The stilted style denoting old tragedy
    • Same as cothurn.
    • The buskin of this Greeks and Romans.

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