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trivium

[′triv·ē·əm]
(invertebrate zoology)
The three rays opposite the madreporite in starfish.

Trivium

 

the three humanities of grammar, rhetoric, and logic, which constituted the first and most important group of the seven liberal arts during the Middle Ages. The trivium was taught in the faculties of arts of universities and at Jesuit colleges.

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