transenna

noun
tran·sen·na | \ tranˈsenə \
plural transennae\-eˌnē \

Definition of transenna 

: a lattice or screen of stone or metal enclosing and protecting a shrine

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History and Etymology for transenna

Latin trasenna, transenna net, latticework, perhaps of Etruscan origin

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