Centuries in Roman numerals
Translate and learn how to read and write the centuries in Roman numerals.
In some countries centuries are represented by Roman numerals, especially in books, manuscripts, documents and legal scholars, memorials, religious texts and manuscripts.
The correct way to write the centuries in Roman numerals is using only uppercase letters, and avoiding the use of lowercase letters. As for example:
21st century should be written "XXI Century" and not "
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Converting centuries and decades to Roman numerals
Every century has contains 100 years and these are divided into 10 decades with 10 years each. These will be of great help as it will not be difficult to find in many important documents.
If you need to convert a specific century to Roman numerals, or are looking for information on how to properly write a particular decade or year belonging to a partucular century, consult the list below for more information about the conversions to roman numerals and details of how to write its decades and years in roman numeral format:
- 14th Century
- 15th Century
- 16th Century
- 17th Century
- 18th Century
- 19th Century
- 20th Century
- 21st Century
- 22nd Century