"Three-wayed." An epithet of Diana as the guardian of the roads, particularly the trivium, roads that split in three ways. At these locations stood statues with three heads, that of a horse, a boar, and a dog, representing her threefold character of Luna, Diana, and Proserpina. She was also called Trivia because of her threefold course under the zodiac.

Trivia also appears as a surname of Hecate.1



  1. Theocritus ap. Gyraldus. Syntagma xii, p. 367.


  • Catullus, 34. Ennius. Tragedies, fr. 127. Seneca. Agamemnon, 367. Virgil. Aeneid vii, 774, 778.