Triviae


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Roman Triviae Trivia:
The ancient Romans used the word triviae to describe where one road split or forked into two roads.
Triviae was formed from tri (three) and viae (roads) – literally meaning “three roads”, and in transferred use “a public place” and hence the meaning “commonplace.”

 

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