What is the 17th Century in Roman Numerals?

A: XVII Century

17th Century = XVII Century

Your question is, "What is the 17th Century in Roman Numerals?", and the answer is 'XVII'. Here we will explain how to convert and write the 17th Century in the correct Roman numeral figures.

How do you convert to Roman Numerals the 17th Century?

To convert the 17th Century to Roman Numerals the conversion involves you to split the number 17 into place values, like this:

Place ValueNumberRoman Numeral
Conversion10 + 7X + VII

How is the 17th Century written in Roman Numerals?

To write the 17th Century in Roman numerals correctly you combine the values together. The highest numerals should always precede the lower numerals in order of precedence to give you the correct written combination, like this:


When writing a century as a Roman numeral, it's important to remember that the Roman figures must always written in uppercase letters, therefore, the correct spelling is "XVII Century".

Decades in the 17th Century

Decades contained in the century XVII (17) are described below with their correct translation in Roman Numerals:

Years in XVII Century

Formally the century XVII includes the years 1601 to 1700.

Dates in 17th Century

The 17th century starts with the date January 1, 1601 and ends December 31 1700. Translate these dates using our Roman numerals date converter.

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