gradine (sense )
Origin of retableFrench ; from Spanish retablo ; from re-, behind (; from Classical Latin re-, back) + tabla, shelf ; from Classical Latin tabula: see table
A structure forming the back of an altar, especially:
a. An overhanging shelf for lights and ornaments.
b. A frame enclosing painted panels.
Origin of retableFrench, from Spanish retablo, from alteration of Catalan retaule, from earlier reataula, from Medieval Latin retr&omacron;tabulum : Latin retr&omacron;-, retro- + Latin tabula, tablet, board.
altarpiece for the chapel of the Casa de Contratación at the Alcázar
Ultimately from Latin retrotabulum