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quā^drĭvĭum , ii, n. quattuor-via.
I. Lit., a place where four ways meet, a crossway, cross-road: “in quadriviis et angiportis,Cat. 58, 4; so Juv. 1, 63: “DII,the tutelar gods of cross-roads, Inscr. Grut. 84, 5; 1015, 1; Inscr. Rein. col. 1, n. 14.—
II. Transf., the assemblage of the four mathematical sciences (arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy), Boëth. Arithmet. 1, 1.
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