myriorama


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myriorama

(ˌmɪrɪəˈrɑːmə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) a picture comprising a number of different parts which can be rearranged to form different scenes
2. (Historical Terms) an entertainment show in which a number of different pictures are displayed in sequence

myriorama

a form of landscape picture, made of several sections that can be combined in various ways to make different scenes.
See also: Representation
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Beyond the amusements mentioned the populace had to depend on Poole's myriorama, the magic lantern, penny readings and the visits of the travelling circus.