The 17th century.
This was the 20th century (we are now in the 21st century).
The 7th century BC.
She was born and died in the 20th Century.
the france in 18th century was divided in three estates.clergy belong's to first estate.
Technically, it belongs to the 20th century. the 21st century didn't start until Jan. 1st 2001.
It belongs to the 19th century, because the 1900's were the 20th century, and the first 100 years of the 2000's [which we are in right now] are the 21st century.
the 18th century
The France in 18th century was divided into 3 estates.clergy,s belong to first estate.
The 18th century era (and style).
19th Century. She was a contemporary of Florence Nightingale.
Children who sold newspapers on street corners would belong to the lower income group of society.
150 AD is in the second century, which spans the years 101-200.
More people will belong to minority groups.
The Ninteenth Century the early romantic period
if the bill belong to ninetheen century price is almost $4000.
The tenth century spans the years from 901 - 1000. Note that not all people agree on this, and many believe that 1000 is the first year of the eleventh century; but if you count 100 years at once, starting at year 1, the situation is quite clear: the 1st. century is from 1-100, the 2nd century is from 101-200, etc.
Certainly, he belongs to the 21st century, Post Modern age, or simply the current age.
It could. Some contemporary composers (19th and 20th century) employ instruments like this in their compositions.
more central Europe and parts of the united states, innovated by martin Luther in the 16th century in Germany
women belong in the kitchen and only the kitchen later in the 20th centery they were allowed in the bedroom to join the man and his female slaves
Well, actually they "belong" to the world, they have been translated from the original Greek to Latin and now into most languages of the world including French, English, Russian, Japanese, Spanish, German and so many more. Since they are attributed to Aesop, a Greek slave and storyteller from the 6th Century BC, you could suppose that Greece could claim the fables of Aesop "belong" to it, but the best answer is probably still that they belong to the world.