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The two units of time are the same - there are 100 years in one century, therefore, in 10 centuries there are 10 x 100 = 1000 years - the same amount of time as a millennium.
1 millennium is 1000 years, and 10 centuries is 1000 years, meaning they are the same thing. 1 millennium = 10 centuries.

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